John Davidson

php - Trying to return an itm from an Array or an Object

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I have an issue... and i'm going crazy!


I get a object, in a variable (with Laravel, but it doesn't matter).


$searchImage = ListTypeImage::find($v->list_image_id);
return gettype($searchImage)

It returns Object.


The object:


{
"id": 15,
"titre": "Mariage 1",
"list_type_id": 2,
"image": "list\/sXoW4ZFzff0AuvSviIXFtHSrLy0SdTdq6shiBEpB.jpg",
"created_at": "2021-06-02T12:58:41.000000Z",
"updated_at": "2021-06-02T12:58:41.000000Z"
}

When i write:


return $searchImage->image;

It returns "list/sXoW4ZFzff0AuvSviIXFtHSrLy0SdTdq6shiBEpB.jpg"


But when i write:


$image = $searchImage->image;

It returns an error: Trying to get property 'image' of non-object


I have the same issue with an array. If i convert my object into a array:


 return $searchImage['image'];


It returns "list/sXoW4ZFzff0AuvSviIXFtHSrLy0SdTdq6shiBEpB.jpg"


And if i wrote:


 $image = $searchImage['image'];

I have this error: Trying to access array offset on value of type null


Should I change my job?
Thanks a lot!


The entire code:


private function getImageOfSharedList($id)
{
$return = ListTypeImage::find($id);
$return = json_decode($return);
return $return->image;
}


$image = $this->getImageOfSharedList($v->list_image_id);


My Answer:
>id);

I need to get an item from this object, but sometimes it's an array and sometimes it's an object. How can I handle this situation?

Here's a possible solution using PHP:

php
// Check if $searchImage is an array
if (is_array($searchImage)) {
// Get the first item from the array
$item = reset($searchImage);
} else {
// Get the item from the object
$item = $searchImage;
}

// Now you can access the properties of the item
echo $item->property_name;


This code first checks if `$searchImage` is an array using the `is_array()` function. If it is an array, it gets the first item from the array using the `reset()` function. If it is not an array, it directly assigns the object to the `$item` variable.

After that, you can access the properties of the item using the `->` operator.

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