Create A Multi-dimensional Associative Array?

May 21, 2010

I'm trying to create a multi-dimensional associative array that has some of its data created dynamically. The code I've currently got is as follows (using JQuery to retrieve form element values):

Code JavaScript:
 
var data = {
label: $('#label').val(),
child_float: function() {

[code]....

.. if its values were not being created dynamically. However as you can tell that isn't what is being generated at the moment, as there's no opening/closing brace before/after the child_float's member variables. Any ideas what changes I need to make in order make the child_float behave as intended?

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in PHP I can create a multi-dimensional array with strings for keys,eg

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This works if the string is a variable as well, like

$key = "MyKey";
$arr[$key] = array("item 1","item 2");

I'm trying to something similar in javascript, but with no luck

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Code:
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y: {
z: 10
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Code:
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UPDATE: a solution which comes close to what I was looking for is

Code:
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Code:
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this.var1 = var1;


}
function test() {
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JavaScript Code:

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