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Wouter van Vliet wrote: > I'm trying to get the first element of a value returned by a function .. > > == example == > function return_Array() { > return ('one', 'zwei', 'kolm', 'vier'); > } > > print return_Array()[0]; > ==/ example == > > Now i'd like this script to print 'one' for me .. can it be done without > creating a temporary variable? No, use a temporary variable. -- ---John Holmes... Amazon Wishlist: [url]www.amazon.com/o/registry/3BEXC84AB3A5E/[/url] php|architect: The Magazine for PHP Professionals [url]www.phparch.com[/url]...

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    Default Re: [PHP] Array element from function return

    Wouter van Vliet wrote:
    > I'm trying to get the first element of a value returned by a function ..
    >
    > == example ==
    > function return_Array() {
    > return ('one', 'zwei', 'kolm', 'vier');
    > }
    >
    > print return_Array()[0];
    > ==/ example ==
    >
    > Now i'd like this script to print 'one' for me .. can it be done without
    > creating a temporary variable?
    No, use a temporary variable.

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    Default RE: [PHP] Array element from function return

    Hmm .. thanks .. but shortly after posting I came to this idea that I might
    want to use array_shift(); for this one .. works with numerical indices ....

    Out of interest, is it really impossible to get such a thing for string
    indices?

    -> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
    -> Van: John W. Holmes [mailto:holmes072000charter.net]
    -> Verzonden: zondag 24 augustus 2003 17:34
    -> Aan: Wouter van Vliet
    -> CC: PHP General
    -> Onderwerp: Re: [PHP] Array element from function return
    ->
    ->
    -> Wouter van Vliet wrote:
    ->
    -> > I'm trying to get the first element of a value returned by a
    -> function ..
    -> >
    -> > == example ==
    -> > function return_Array() {
    -> > return ('one', 'zwei', 'kolm', 'vier');
    -> > }
    -> >
    -> > print return_Array()[0];
    -> > ==/ example ==
    -> >
    -> > Now i'd like this script to print 'one' for me .. can it be
    -> done without
    -> > creating a temporary variable?
    ->
    -> No, use a temporary variable.
    ->
    -> --
    -> ---John Holmes...
    ->
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