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What does 'array (0 => $rowA, $rowB, etc)' mean?????
Posted by: nguyyen Minh
Date: September 21, 2017 10:34AM

Hi everyone, I from vietnamese
I have a line of code which is similar to the following:

$a = array (0 => $rowA, $rowB, $rowC, $rowD, etc, etc,....);

The $rowA, $rowB, etc all refers to row names extracted from a mySQL database.

I'm struggling to find out what the '0 =>' is being used for.

Can anyone explain?

Many thanks,
Nguyen Minh

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