Ok. Now I REALLY feel like an idiot. Thanks so much for your help.

Steve

At 05:46 PM 8/26/2003 +0200, you wrote:
>It right there under your nose:
>strcasecmp()
>
>Steve Buehler wrote:
>
>>I am using the following function for a sort on an array. I hope someone
>>can help me out here and let me know how to change it to make it a "case
>>insensitivie" sort. Right now, it is "case sensitive" so the sort of the
>>array will put the Capital letters first. Here are the results of the search:
>>Buehler, Steve
>>Buehler, Steve
>>Teste, Teste
>>a, a
>>asdf, adsf
>>asdf, asdf
>>dsdlkj, sd
>>Here is the code to sort:
>>$GLOBALS[sortterm]="cont_name";
>>usort($logins, "cmp");
>>function cmp ($a, $b) {
>>GLOBAL $sortterm;
>> return strcmp($a[$sortterm], $b[$sortterm]);
>>}
>>Thanks
>>Steve
>
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