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Request #75757 Union all values of array using ++
Submitted: 2018-01-04 03:17 UTC Modified: 2018-01-04 04:00 UTC
From: john dot m dot german at outlook dot com Assigned:
Status: Suspended Package: Arrays related
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 [2018-01-04 03:17 UTC] john dot m dot german at outlook dot com
Description:
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When trying to union two arrays, be able to union all values.  So, basically
array_merge_recursive, but using ++.

Test script:
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$a = array("a" => "apple", "b" => "banana");
$b = array("a" => "pear", "b" => "strawberry", "c" => "cherry");

$c = $a ++ $b; // Union all of $a and $b.

UNION ALL OUTPUT:
$c = array("a" => array("apple", "pear"), "b" => array("banana", "strawberry"), "c" => "cherry");


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