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View this value inside this array (or double array)?

 
Koldo Urrutia
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Hey

I have this code........



That print_r gives me this (the first time around, other times its the same but it just gives me different Xs and Ys which is expected):

Array ( [label] => Corte [value] => X: 207 Y: 339 Type: spline#X: 287 Y: 148 Type: spline#X: 453 Y: 170 Type: spline#X: 474 Y: 354 Type: spline#X: 359 Y: 466 Type: spline#X: 270 Y: 436 Type: spline#X: 207 Y: 339 Type: spline# [print_value] => X: 207 Y: 339 Type: spline#X: 287 Y: 148 Type: spline#X: 453 Y: 170 Type: spline#X: 474 Y: 354 Type: spline#X: 359 Y: 466 Type: spline#X: 270 Y: 436 Type: spline#X: 207 Y: 339 Type: spline# [option_id] => 2 [option_type] => area [custom_view] => )


I want to get and retrieve (or print/echo it out) ONLY what is in Corte[value]. How can I retrieve that? I also want to get [option_id] but I imagine if I can get Corte[value] I can problably get [option_id]

How can I do it?

Thanks!
 
Koldo Urrutia
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Like I mentioned option_id is what I expected:



That works. But



Doesnt....
 
Koldo Urrutia
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Solved it. It was a problem between the chair and the keyboard.
 
Shalini Prabhakar
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The easiest way to retrieve is

<?php print_r($_options['value']);?>
 
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