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I solved it, I just had to add a counter in the array( value[“here”] ), so that if, lets say, I wanna modify the information of the 1st row, then id put something like this:
$counter = 0; $value[$counter] = array("fecha" => $fech4, "saldo" => $sal14, "inversion_en_el_periodo" => $ielp4, "interes_causado_en_el_periodo" => $icelp4, "cantidad_pagada" => $cp4, "cantidad_reinvertida" => $cr, "saldo_final" => $sf4,); update_field( $field_key, $value, $post_id ); $counter=$counter+1;
and then keep looping it around
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