How come I cant set my array to have keys?
How do I make a query, or whatever, in drupal? I just want to generate an Array of links to all my Story objects with a specific taxonomy term
How do I unset the complete session array? unset_userdata()? do I have to specify all items in an array?
Should an $my_array, with one item work with foreach ($my_array as $slice) work?
How can I get a certain array value from get_the_terms? I tried doing $var = get_the_terms($post->ID,taxonomy); then calling $var->string or $var['string'] .. neither work
How can I load the categories from the database into an array?
How to render a user profile array field? field_view_field? any other function that extracts the value from that field?
Is there a built-in for getting the unique elements of a pg array?
What's the proper way to append a string to an existing array?
How can I check if an index the last one in an array ?
Is the_content a string or an array?
Can I control the structure of the array returned by query()?
Does an empty array evaluate to false ?
Is a good idea to add album_id in my Track::$validate array?
Is it possible to traverse an array backwards with .each() or the like?
How would I have string be an array of strings in this example?: var string = "highlight this"; var message = "please highlight this"; var rg = new RegExp('('+string+')', 'g'); message = message.rep
How can I only get image attachments from get_posts()? So I don't have to call wp_attachment_is_image() and remove it from the array if it's not
Is there a function to take a column and turn it into a string? like array_to_string but for the result of a single column
Is there a function or idiom to return the first non-null value from an array? What I really need, I think, is an aggregating coalesce; array_accum + something to process the array will work, though.
Is it possible to do the reverse of IN? say, you have a field with A,B,C and want to search to see if your variable X (which equals 3) is in that field's array
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