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Returns the next key-value pair in the named map


yp_next

(PHP 4, PHP 5 <= 5.0.5)

yp_nextReturns the next key-value pair in the named map

Description

array yp_next ( string $domain , string $map , string $key )

Returns the next key-value pair in the named map after the specified key.

Parameters

domain

map

key

Return Values

Returns the next key-value pair as an array, or FALSE on errors.

Examples

Example #1 Example for NIS next

<?php
$entry 
yp_next($domain"passwd.byname""joe");

if (!
$entry) {
    echo 
"No more entries found\n";
    echo 
"<!--" yp_errno() . ": " yp_err_string() . "-->";
}

$key key($entry);

echo 
"The next entry after joe has key " $key
      
" and value " $entry[$key];
?>

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