Using unserialize()


Posted on 16th Feb 2014 07:03 pm by admin

Hi there.

I have some data in my database that is serialized.

e.g.

a:2:{i:0;s:9:"Test";i:1;s:4:"Another Test";}

I'm unsure how to use unserialize to convert it into a string in the format:

Test, Another Test

Currently I have:

Code: $radio_array = unserialize($radio);
foreach ($radio_array as $i => $value) {
print($radio_array[$i]);
}

But that throws errors. Any help appreciated, thanks

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