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chadmin # Posted on August 1, 2014 at 3:49 am

I found a solution, but is there a better way to do this?

I used the value() method to set my variable which then I could do a compare like so:

<?php
$oldCity=null;$newCity=null;
foreach ($myquery as $mystore) :

$newCity = $mystore->address->city->value();

if($oldCity!==$newCity):
echo “<h5>”.$newCity.”</h5><br />”;
endif;

$oldCity=null;
$oldCity=$newCity;
$newCity=null;

endforeach;
?>

Results gave me a list of non-repeating cities.

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