Array Update

If I want to update a part of an array, do I need to rebuild the array or can I just specify a new value for the key? PHP Code:


Store Form Data In An Array And Update Array With Each Submit Click?

i am trying to make a payroll calculator script that takes employee info, calculates pay, displays submitted info in a table, stores info in an array, and updates the array when new info is submitted. i have most of these accomplished, i am having trouble with the "store into an array, and update the array when new info is submitted" parts of the project. i am still not very fluent in php so there may be easier ways to achieve what i have so far.

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Here's a code example:

$array = array();
$array['master']['slave'] = "foo";
foreach ($array as $key => $value) {
foreach ($value as $key2 => $value2) {


Output does not reflect 'foobar' in l5

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I am trying to update my a table on my DB using update and an array i have the following funtion that i found on the net but i dont understand how to use it could anyone help?

function mysql_update_array($table, $data, $id_field, $id_value) {
foreach ($data as $field=>$value) {
$fields[] = sprintf("`%s` = '%s'", $field, mysql_real_escape_string($value));
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return $query;

or if you have any other ways that are easy to do then the above i would love to hear about them.

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Now, in my Basket View page, I want to allow the user to update the quantities as you would expect of each item if they choose to do so, but this is where I am stuck.

For each product item in my array I echo the product details but also a Quantity Field as such: PHP Code:

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value | decimal(3,2) | No | 3.10
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Here is the array in question. I need to update the dollar amount on each sub array (i.e. add 3 to it).

array(6) { ["Ground"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "13.63" }
["3 Day Select"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "25.26" }
["2nd Day Air"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "32.43" }
["Next Day Air Saver"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "63.00" }
["Next Day Air"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "68.65" }
["Next Day Air Early AM"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(6) "103.68" } }

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PHP Code:<TD><input type="hidden" name="match_activity_id[]" value="<?php echo $match_activity_id; ?>"/><?php echo $match_activity_id; ?></TD>

I receive the error "update has failed - 1054: Unknown column 'Array' in 'field list'" Why does it think that there is a column called 'Array'? I've eliminated many other variables from the example to shorten this post. I hope that I did not leave out anything important amount the copying/pasting.When I rint_r($POST) I receive the first row[0] (there was only one record being updated): rray [match_activity_id] => Array ( [0] => 16 ) [ud_invoice_number] => Array ( [0] => 7 ) [ud_code_id] => Array ( [0] => 7 ) [ud_contributor] => Array ( [0] => County))All of the values are correct, by the way. I hope this post isn't too long and confusing.

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my page is Code: [Select]mysql_select_db($database_saucy_connection, $saucy_connection);
$query_allphotos = "SELECT * FROM model_login, model_pictures WHERE";
$allphotos = mysql_query($query_allphotos, $saucy_connection) or die(mysql_error());
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select * from `cases_fees`.     "contains fields for id, type, amount and others

now I want to do is foreach through that table and update a field called `amount`. but I cant understand the foreach >= as key part.  what is a key and what isn't ? (I know what the keys of the db table arem but that's not the same eh?)

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$sqlquery = "SELECT groupid, userid, statusid FROM mytable WHERE statusid = 1";
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Simplified version of my problem: Here is javascript example called example.html writes the content of a javascript array.


Instead of array the values are written columns file.txt located in the same server directory where the example.html is. file.txt looks like that

1 2
3 4
5 6

I would like to accomplish the same functionality as the example above by reading this file with php and pass it to the javascript. file.txt is a log file where new values are being appended every few seconds So when new values are added I want to see the changes updated to screen. Here is getfile.php function that reads the file.


This code displays the file.txt. However when I manually append new values to the file.txt there is no update in the browser. If I refresh the page manually the new values are shown as well. So what am I doing wrong? Is it the php script or probably I am not using the setInterval() properly.

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I have the array:


1 - Change the key Branch to Brand, but without moving it to the end or the array.
2 - Update all the values to the key Country, changing Jpn to Japan

The result should be like this:


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Code: [Select]<div>
<table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="4">
<td colspan="7" valign="top">


This pulls data in array from database for example:


The SELECT query works fine if i manually edit the array in the database to make the boxes checked or not.

Problem seems to be when i click submit, its not updating the DATABASE?!

i recently upgraded to PHP5 eventually and it seems it stopped working arond then.

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"database" => array("host" => "localhost",
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PHP Code:
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I am not using any javascript plugin,


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Shoes [Color1,Color2,Color3,Color5]

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case 'checkbox':

$options = explode(',', $result->field_values);
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PHP Code:

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