The topic looks so simple isn't it? It looked simple to me when I ran into such a kind of need. The first and foremost PHP function that I thought to get this done was array_combine. It did produce the desired result, the below piece of code shows my implementation,
At KnackForge we offer hosting services to most of the sites and applications we develop. Being a small team we try to automate most of our processes, and here is an attempt to make it for backup, archive and upload to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3).
If you are reading this post you are probably more aware of the essence of backup. This post starts with a bit of introduction to S3 and goes along with a simple case script together with brief explanation.