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PHP Multidimensional array show only one value

Hello I have this array:
 [41] => Array
            [type] => locations
            [name] => LOCATION
            [keyword] => Array
                    [5] => City
                    [4] => Region
                    [3] => Regional District
                    [2] => Province
                    [1] => LOCATION1

            [value] => Array
                    [5] => Grande Prairie
                    [4] => Grande Prairie
                    [3] => Grande Prairie
                    [2] => Alberta
                    [1] => Canada
How can I modify this code in order to show only the city?:

foreach ($property[41]['value'] as $ind=>$lval)
                  $location_string .= $lval .', ';
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Tom Beck

8/22/2022 - Mon
Tom Beck

How about this?:
foreach ($property[41] as $ind=>$lval)
		if ($ind === "keyword" && is_array($lval)) {
			$location_string .= $property[41]['value'][array_search("City", array_keys($lval))] . ', ';

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Tom Beck

Sorry to hear that.

Based on what you have posted as the contents of index 41, the code I provided should loop through the contents, look for "keyword" in the $ind variable key then check to see that its value is an array. When the conditions are met, it pulls the value positioned at the same index as "City" from the "keyword" sub array from the "value" sub array. Simple logic, I don't see anything wrong with my code so I cannot explain why it's not working for you.

Perhaps you can provide more information or maybe a PHP expert will assist further.
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I found it:
if (isset( $property[41]))
                  $location_string .= $property[41]['value'][5];

Thanks anyway for your help, very much appreciated!
Tom Beck

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