How to get rid of PHP Undefined offset error?

How to get rid of error: Undefined offset: 1 on line 20? I know it occurs becaouse Im calling array that's offset simply does not exist.

Silecing it wiht @ just doesnt seem right at all.

//create an array with all x, y
for ($x = 1; $x <= 5; $x++) $array_x[] = $x;
for ($y = 1; $y <= 5; $y++) $array_y[] = $y;

$IN_x = "'" . implode("', '", $array_x) . "'";
$IN_y = "'" . implode("', '", $array_y) . "'";

$pullMapInfo = "SELECT x, y, value FROM mapinfo WHERE id='{$id}' AND x IN ({$IN_x}) AND y IN ({$IN_y})";
$pullMapInfo2 = mysql_query($pullMapInfo) or die('error here');

//create an associative array x, y => value
while ($pullMapInfo3 = mysql_fetch_assoc($pullMapInfo2)) {
    $result[ $pullMapInfo3['x'] ][ $pullMapInfo3['y'] ] = $pullMapInfo3['value'];

//loop to display output
foreach ($array_x as $x) {
foreach ($array_y as $y) {
    if (array_key_exists($x, $result) && array_key_exists($y, $result)) {
        echo '<div class="castle_array" id="'.$x,'x',$y.'">'. $result[$x][$y] .'</div>
    } else {
        echo '<div class="castle_array" id="'.$x,'x',$y.'"></div>

2 for loops seems awkard


Your second call to array_key_exists should pass in $result[$x]:

if ( array_key_exists($x, $result) && array_key_exists($y, $result[$x]) ) {
    // Code goes here...

Replace this line:

if (array_key_exists($x, $result) && array_key_exists($y, $result)) {


if (isset($result[$x][$y])) {

Documentation: isset

For Joseph Silber: Try this PHP fiddle

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