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Request #78274 iterator_to_array($array) should return the $array
Submitted: 2019-07-11 06:51 UTC Modified: 2021-11-08 11:57 UTC
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From: Wes dot nospam at example dot org Assigned:
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 [2019-07-11 06:51 UTC] Wes dot nospam at example dot org
Argument 1 passed to iterator_to_array() must implement interface Traversable, array given. 

Would be great to improve the behavior, possibly as follows:

iterator_to_array($array, TRUE); must return the array as is,

iterator_to_array($array, FALSE); must return array_values($array)

Thank you in advance


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 [2019-07-11 07:32 UTC]
Worth noting that the function is named *iterator*_to_array(), not *iterable*_to_array().

I'm not necessarily against extending the functionality like this, but in that case for consistency I would rather rename this function iterable_to_array() and retain iterator_to_array() as an alias.
 [2019-07-11 07:33 UTC]
-Type: Bug +Type: Feature/Change Request
 [2019-07-11 12:09 UTC]
FWIW, there has been an RFC proposing iterable_to_array()[1],
which has been declined.

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 [2021-11-08 11:57 UTC]
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