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ArrayIterator::seek

(PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP 8)

ArrayIterator::seekAponta para determinada posição

Descrição

public ArrayIterator::seek(int $offset): void
Aviso

Esta função não está documentada; apenas a lista de argumentos está disponível.

Parâmetros

offset

A posição para qual quer apontar.

Valor Retornado

Nenhum valor é retornado.

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jon at ngsthings dot com
15 years ago
<?php
// didn't see any code demos...here's one from an app I'm working on

$array = array('1' => 'one',
'2' => 'two',
'3' => 'three');

$arrayobject = new ArrayObject($array);
$iterator = $arrayobject->getIterator();

if(
$iterator->valid()){
$iterator->seek(1); // expected: two, output: two
echo $iterator->current(); // two
}

?>
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foalford at gmail dot com
8 years ago
<?php
//seek alter the iterator's internal indice instead of the value that key() returns.
//This is a big trap if combining with uasort/natsort function.

$a = new ArrayObject([4,3,2,1]);
$it = $a->getIterator();
$it->natsort(); //The Iterator preserve the key while sorting the array
$it->rewind();
$first = $it->key(); //The first element is 1 and it's key is 3
echo $first. PHP_EOL; // 3

$it->next();
$second = $it->key();
echo
$second. PHP_EOL; //2

$it->next();
$it->seek($first); //Was intended to seek to element 1, key 3, indice 0
echo $it->key() . PHP_EOL; //end up 0 because seek took parameter as indice instead of key. It seek to element indice 3, element 4 key 0.

var_dump($it);

/* Output:
3
2
0
object(ArrayIterator)#2 (1) {
["storage":"ArrayIterator":private]=>
object(ArrayObject)#1 (1) {
["storage":"ArrayObject":private]=>
array(4) {
[3]=>
int(1)
[2]=>
int(2)
[1]=>
int(3)
[0]=>
int(4)
}
}
}
*/
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