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  1. Hello, I'm playing with the new each() API method. $warning = $divesites->each(function($item) { $warning = ""; if (!$item->marker->address) { $warning .= "<div class='alert alert-warning'>coordinates for {title} not set</div>"; } else { $warning .= ""; } return $warning; }); $warning should return an empty string, when all dive site adresses are set. But instead it returns the page id of the last dive site in the loop. When I do it the foreach way $warning = ""; foreach ($divesites as $site) { if (!$site->marker->address) { $warning .= "<div class='alert alert-warning'>coordinates for {$site->title} not set</div>"; } else { $warning .= ""; } } the $warning is an empty string as expected. Why is that? Any pointers would be much appreciated.
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