PhpRiot
Become Zend Certified

Prepare for the ZCE exam using our quizzes (web or iPad/iPhone). More info...


When you're ready get 7.5% off your exam voucher using voucher CJQNOV23 at the Zend Store

QuickHashIntStringHash::set

(PECL quickhash >= Unknown)

QuickHashIntStringHash::setThis method updates an entry in the hash with a new value, or adds a new one if the entry doesn't exist

Description

public int QuickHashIntStringHash::set ( int $key , string $value )

This method tries to update an entry with a new value. In case the entry did not yet exist, it will instead add a new entry. It returns whether the entry was added or update. If there are duplicate keys, only the first found element will get an updated value. Use QuickHashIntStringHash::CHECK_FOR_DUPES during hash creation to prevent duplicate keys from being part of the hash.

Parameters

key

The key of the entry to add or update.

value

The value of the entry to add. If a non-string is passed, it will be converted to a string automatically if possible.

Return Values

2 if the entry was found and updated, 1 if the entry was newly added or 0 if there was an error.

Examples

Example #1 QuickHashIntStringHash::set() example

<?php
$hash 
= new QuickHashIntStringHash1024 );

echo 
"Set->Add\n";
var_dump$hash->get46692 ) );
var_dump$hash->set46692"sixteen thousand ninety one" ) );
var_dump$hash->get46692 ) );

echo 
"Set->Update\n";
var_dump$hash->set46692"twenty nine thousand nine hundred six" ) );
var_dump$hash->get46692 ) );
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

Set->Add
bool(false)
int(2)
string(27) "sixteen thousand ninety one"
Set->Update
int(1)
string(37) "twenty nine thousand nine hundred six"

PHP Manual