I'm new to arrays in PHP and am trying to wrap my mind around how to make a multidimensional associative array. I'd like the array to look like this when I use print_r:
Array (  => Array ( [alert] => alert [email] => Test ) )
Instead I get this:
Array (  => Array ( [alert] => Array ( [email] => Test ) ) )
The code I'm using is this:
$alert_array = array(); $alert_array["alert"]["email"] = "Test";
I thought trying something like this would work, but obviously my syntax is a bit off. I think I'm somewhat on the right track though?:
$alert_array[["alert"]["email"]] = "Test";
Thank for your help (sorry if this is super basic, I couldn't find any questions that addressed this exactly)!
In your case you'd have to specify
You'd have to have a loop with counter too.
If you're using PHP 5.4+ you could use short array syntax: