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i'm trying to assign array of items to one user and i want to put address to mapping function and get all items like that:

mapping(address => Item[]) public ownerToItems;

but there is problem with assignment, first time accessing this array will be empty. How example like this should be build?

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Try this:

function add(address owner, uint arg1, uint arg2, uint arg3) external {
    ownerToItems[owner].push(Item(arg1, arg2, arg3));
}
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  • This is good, can you also tell me how to returns this items to read all in front-end? In solidity we can't returns array so what it should looks like? – Pawelo Aug 28 '18 at 15:29
  • Just to correct that bit of (common) misinformation, you can return arrays from your smart contract. You're probably thinking about the ABI encoder's limitation around returning nested arrays/structs. – user19510 Aug 28 '18 at 16:12
  • You can easily return the items one at a time. (In fact, because of your public declaration, clients should already be able to call ownerToItems(address addr, uint256 index). You probably want to add a view function that returns ownerToItems[addr].length to make enumeration easier on the client. – user19510 Aug 28 '18 at 16:13

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