dvp - 1 year ago 63

PHP Question

I have two Array Like this, The array_replace_recursive() not working in this case, Since i edited the same for more clarification.

`Array`

(

[0] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 1

[totalComments] => 5

[commentsPoints] => 900

[commentDateDiffpoints] => 460

)

[1] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 2

[totalComments] => 4

[commentsPoints] => 720

[commentDateDiffpoints] => 24

)

[2] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 3

[totalComments] => 4

[commentsPoints] => 720

[commentDateDiffpoints] => 24

)

[3] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 18

[totalComments] => 4

[commentsPoints] => 720

[commentDateDiffpoints] => 24

)

)

AND

`Array`

(

[0] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 1

[totalLikesGiven] => 5

[likesGivenOnTopicPoints] => 36

[likesGivenOnReplyPoints] => 108

[likesGivenOnBlogPoints] => 36

[DateDiffTopicpoints] => 1

[DateDiffReplypoints] => 3

[DateDiffBlogpoints] => 1

)

[1] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 3

[totalLikesGiven] => 1

[likesGivenOnTopicPoints] => 0

[likesGivenOnReplyPoints] => 0

[likesGivenOnBlogPoints] => 36

[DateDiffTopicpoints] => 0

[DateDiffReplypoints] => 0

[DateDiffBlogpoints] => 1

)

)

I like a result LIKE this

`Array`

(

[0] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 1

[totalComments] => 5

[commentsPoints] => 900

[commentDateDiffpoints] => 460

[totalLikesGiven] => 5

[likesGivenOnTopicPoints] => 36

[likesGivenOnReplyPoints] => 108

[likesGivenOnBlogPoints] => 36

[DateDiffTopicpoints] => 1

[DateDiffReplypoints] => 3

[DateDiffBlogpoints] => 1

)

[1] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 2

[totalComments] => 4

[commentsPoints] => 720

[commentDateDiffpoints] => 24

)

[2] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 3

[totalComments] => 4

[commentsPoints] => 720

[commentDateDiffpoints] => 24

[totalLikesGiven] => 1

[likesGivenOnTopicPoints] => 0

[likesGivenOnReplyPoints] => 0

[likesGivenOnBlogPoints] => 36

[DateDiffTopicpoints] => 0

[DateDiffReplypoints] => 0

[DateDiffBlogpoints] => 1

)

[3] => stdClass Object

(

[Author] => 18

[totalComments] => 4

[commentsPoints] => 720

[commentDateDiffpoints] => 24

)

)

Please help how can I do the same in PHP.

Recommended for you: Get network issues from **WhatsUp Gold**. **Not end users.**

Answer Source

Just use array_replace_recursive:

```
$finalArr = array_replace_recursive($arr1,$arr2);
```

There is a similar thread. And more such questions in SO.

Recommended from our users: **Dynamic Network Monitoring from WhatsUp Gold from IPSwitch**. ** Free Download**