My array coming like this
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$myposts = get_posts( $args );
$arrDt = (array) $myposts;
It is just normal object access:
$obj = $arrDt; echo $obj->ID; echo $obj->post_author; // etc.
But it depends on what you want to do. I suggest to have a look at the
get_posts examples. They use
setup_postdata to load the post content in the current context. If you want to display the post, this is probably the cleaner solution.