Re: I have two identical keys in an array.

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On 05.03.2022 at 14:20, Romain Moyne wrote:

> it's nuts. I don't understand. It started to happen when I upgrade from php
> 7.2 to php 8.0
> I am running the latest 8.0.16 php version.
> the fact is I can't reproduce it, it happens after a few iteration around
> items. Sometimes it happens, sometimes not.

Well, then it's hard to further track that down.  It *might* be related
to JIT compilation; make sure to test without it
(`opcache.jit_buffer_size=0`), or even with OPcache disabled altogether.

> On Fri, 4 Mar 2022 at 20:15, AllenJB <php.lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 04/03/2022 15:34, Romain Moyne wrote:
>> My best guess would be that one or more of the keys contains a
>> non-printable character, such as a null byte.

Unless the key is an integer, var_dump() will put double-quotes around
it, so apparently, there are no non-printable characters involved here.

Christoph M. Becker

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