The primary data structure107 in
is the associative array (see Arrays).
Extensions need to be able to manipulate
The API provides a number of data structures for working with arrays,
functions for working with individual elements, and functions for
working with arrays as a whole. This includes the ability to
“flatten” an array so that it is easy for C code to traverse
every element in an array. The array data structures integrate
nicely with the data structures for values to make it easy to
both work with and create true arrays of arrays (see General Data Types).
|• Array Data Types:||Data types for working with arrays.|
|• Array Functions:||Functions for working with arrays.|
|• Flattening Arrays:||How to flatten arrays.|
|• Creating Arrays:||How to create and populate arrays.|
OK, the only data structure.