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I am trying to use an „id“ with Javascript to access the „data-dismiss“ attribute in a form field as it’s a common theme for pop ups on a site.
My code looks like:

 

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Variable in array

I have a question.
$quotes = array(
‚Mr John‘ => ‚John Smith‘,
‚Mrs Jane‘ => ‚Mary Brown‘,
‚Mr James‘ => ‚Michael Smith‘,
);

Is there any way to echo each name for each class? Like echo $quotes[‚Mr John‘] ;?

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Yes, you can do this by looping over the $quotes array.
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Cross join resulting in duplicate row?

Why is the last row being generated as a duplicate of the first row?
There’s also a third field and each record should be unique, but this field is not relevant to this issue.
For (A) and (B):
CREATE TABLE
STUDENT(SID int primary key identity, NAME nvarchar(30)
,ADDRESS nvarchar(30));

CREATE TABLE
DEGREE(DEGREE int primary key identity, SCHOOL nvarchar(30), NAME nvarchar(30)
,ID int,STUDENT_ID int foreign key);

SELECT
A.NAME, A.ID, C.NAME, D.NAME
FROM
STUDENT A
CROSS JOIN
DEGREE C
CROSS JOIN
DEGREE D;

DROP TABLE STUDENT;
DROP TABLE DEGREE;

For (C) and (D):
CREATE TABLE
STUDENT(SID int primary key identity, NAME nvarchar(30)
,ADDRESS nvarchar(30));

CREATE TABLE
DEGREE(DEGREE int primary key identity, SCHOOL nvarchar(
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