Array utility methods, inspired by Ruby's array methods

0.1.1 2015-11-14 11:40 UTC

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This is a set of utility functions for array alteration and handling.

They all follow the same naming conventions as the default methods in the form of array_*.


array_delete(array &$array, $key)

Deletes entry from array and return its value.

NB: This method modifies the original variable.

array_get(array $array, $key)

Lookup entry in array by key and return its value, returns false if not found.

array_flatten(array $array)

Make multidimensional array flat.

array_pick(array $array, $keys[, $key[, $key]])

Return array with only the keys in $keys.

array_reject(array $array, $keys[, $key[, $key]])

Return array without the keys in $keys. This is the inverse of array_pick


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