Change object field while iterating Resultset

Lets assume, we have a code, and we need to change robot's name in cycle:

$robots = Robots::find(array("type='virtual'", "order" => "name"));
foreach($robots as $robot){
  $robot->name = rand(1,10)
}

Objects do not actually change. If I do next cycle with resultset - all objects will have original values. I understand that Resultsets are immutable. Isn't it?

Is there is a possibility to change model objects while iterating through resultset? Or I need to find workarounds to solve my task?

P.S. I don't need to save this changes in database, so "->update" does not fit

Originally in 'foreach' you can't change value in cycle (coz it's iterator issue)... this case is common for most all compiled languages... I don't know all cases of Phalcon... but it seems that you can only create new array for this objects...



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Every object returned by the iterator is not attached to the iterator, this reduces the memory usage when traversing resultsets with a large number of records in it. You can override the find method to return an array instead of a resultset:

<?php

class Robots extends Phalcon\Mvc\Model
{
    public static function find($params=null)
    {
        $rows = array();
        $result = parent::find($params);
        foreach ($result as $result) {
            $rows[] = $result;
        }
        return $rows;
    }
}

Ok, thank you.