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PHP Two Dimensional Array Collection: Manage value collections in two dimensional arrays

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This class can manage value collections in two dimensional arrays.

It can perform operations to manipulate a list of array items.

Currently it can add an array of items to the collectiomn, reindex the collection, get the current or the next item, go to the first, last, previous, last, or a specific item by position number, move or remove items, add or update items, sort the items by a criteria, search for items by a regular expression in specific item fields.

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<?php

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/**
 * Example use of PTK\utils\Collection
 */

try{
    require
'examples.inc.php';
   
   
//creating a collection
   
$mycollection = new \Ptk\utils\Collection(array(
        array(
'name' => 'Homer', 'genre' => 'masc')
        ,array(
'name' => 'Marge', 'genre' => 'fem')
        ,array(
'name' => 'Lisa', 'genre' => 'fem')
        ,array(
'name' => 'Bart', 'genre' => 'masc')
        ,array(
'name' => 'Maggie', 'genre' => 'fem')
    ));
   
    echo
"The current record into collection is:".PHP_EOL;
   
var_dump($mycollection->getCurrent());
   
    echo
PHP_EOL."The next name is: ".$mycollection->getNext()['name'].PHP_EOL;
   
   
//advancing to the next record
   
$mycollection->goNext();
    echo
"The current row now is: ".$mycollection->getCurrent()['name'].PHP_EOL;
   
   
//back to the previous record
   
$mycollection->goPrevious();
    echo
"The previous record: ".$mycollection->getCurrent()['name'].PHP_EOL;
   
   
//going to end of collection
   
$mycollection->goLast();
    echo
"The last name is ".$mycollection->getCurrent()['name'].PHP_EOL;
   
   
//going to first record
   
$mycollection->goFirst();
    echo
"The first name is ".$mycollection->getCurrent()['name'].PHP_EOL;
   
   
//go to row #3
   
$mycollection->go(3);
    echo
"The #3 row is ".$mycollection->getCurrent()['name'].PHP_EOL;
   
   
//moving to next 2 positions
   
$mycollection->goFirst();
   
$mycollection->move(2);
    echo
"The name for 2 positions from first is ".$mycollection->getCurrent()['name'].PHP_EOL;
   
   
$mycollection->goLast();
    
//moving back 1 positions
   
$mycollection->move(-1);
    echo
"The name for 1 positions from last is ".$mycollection->getCurrent()['name'].PHP_EOL;
   
   
//removing elements
   
$mycollection->remove();
   
   
//adding elements
   
$mycollection->add(array('name' => 'Milhouse', 'genre' => 'fem'));
   
   
//editing element
   
$mycollection->goLast();
   
$mycollection->update(array('name' => 'Milhouse', 'genre' => 'masc'));
   
   
//sorting data
   
$mycollection->sort('genre', SORT_ASC, 'name', SORT_DESC);
    echo
'<pre>';
   
var_dump($mycollection->fetchArray());
    echo
'</pre>';
   
   
$collection = $mycollection->seek('[M*]', array('name'));
    echo
'<pre>';
   
var_dump($collection->fetchObject());
    echo
'</pre>';
} catch (
Exception $ex) {
    echo
$ex->getMessage();
    exit(
$ex->getCode());
}



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Accessible without login Plain text file collection.php Example Example of use
Accessible without login Plain text file examples.inc.php Aux. A required file to example
Plain text file ptk.class.php Class Auxiliary file
Accessible without login Plain text file ptk.inc.php Aux. Auxiliary file
Plain text file ptk.utils.collection.class.php Class Main class file

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