On Sat, 18 May 2019 at 21:37, Dik Takken email@example.com> wrote:
> On 17-05-19 22:52, G. P. B. wrote:
> > So as a side note aren't there maybe some other array functions which
> > behave like this?
> Good point. I did a quick scan of the source code and came up with a
> list of possible candidates for a similar treatment:
> array_diff() & friends
> array_intersect() & friends
> While I would not expect these functions to be used a lot with spread
> operators in the same way array_push() or array_merge() are used, fixing
> them in the same way may still be good for the sake of consistency.
> Any other functions I overlooked?
Doesn't seem there are other relevant array functions which could benefit
from this after having a glance at it.
George P. Banyard