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  1. I got the code below from W3Schools tutorial on Google maps. I also received an API code from google. When I try to put this on my site I get an error message in what looks like an iframe. I think I am suppose to do something additional with my api code. Google had me set a project name and then just generated a code. I don't know if I am suppose to do something besides generate that code in order for it to work for the specific map I want on my site. Can anyone tell me something obivous I am doing wrong or something that I still need to do on google? <script> function myMap(
  2. How to get an array index by its value (key)? Is there a special function for that in PHP? For example, I have an array $a ["zero","one","two"] and a variable $b = "two", I know the value is in the array, but I don't know its index.
  3. j.silver

    Index vs Key

    Dear all, I am trying to dig into the exact difference between key and index in MySQL tables. Some say they are synonymous, others give some differences. I still don't feel confident enough to decide when to use each on a table. I would appreciate if someone well-versed in their difference explain such difference and when to use each. Thanks.
  4. I need to loop through an array, in the order that the items appear, and get both the key of the item and its value. I know I can use foreach to loop through an array but as far as I know I can choose between the key and the value of the current item but not get both. Here's an example of an array: <?php$SampleArray = array(55 => "car","2" => "house","boat" => "boat",0 => "engine",666 => "website",);?> It would work somehow like this: loop($SampleArray){ echo key . " - " value . "n";} And the result would be something like:55 - car 2 - house boat - boat 0 -
  5. Here is my xml: <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?><wd:Report_Data xmlns:wd="urn:com.workday.report/CR-INT034-ADP-Garnishment_Disbursements_File-Outbound2"> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>1111</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>2222</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>3333</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>2222</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>3333</wd:field> </wd:
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