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# Simple Count Loop URGENT

Posted on 2006-11-20
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I am trying to make this simple loop work, but it is not, needed fast, reason for large amount of points.  I want to count from  say 1 to 250 in increments of 1....Below code only spits out tgvz4263001 ....Thanks!

Desired results:
tgvz4263001
tgvz4263002
tgvz4263003
tgvz4263004
and so on........

\$client = "0";

for (\$client <= 250)
{

\$e1=\$cient1;
\$client1=\$e1 + 1;

\$id = "tgvz426300\$client1";

print <<"PrintTag";
\$id<br>
</body></html>
PrintTag

}
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Question by:precision
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for( 'tgvz4263001' .. 'tgvz4263004' ){
print <<"PrintTag";
\$_<br>
</body></html>
PrintTag
}
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ID: 17981185
\$client = "0";
for (\$client <= 250)
is the same as
for( 1 )
you may have meant
for( \$client=0; \$client <= 250; \$client++ ){
or
for \$client( 0..250 ){
or
while( \$client <= 250 ){
\$e1=\$client;
\$client=\$e1 + 1;
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But how do I get the variable change?
when it gets to "100" the variable should be
tgvz426300100
not tgvz426400

see tgvz426300 is fixed, the counter is \$client

If that makes any sense....
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for \$client( 1..250 ){
\$id = "tgvz426300\$client";
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ID: 17981290
YOU THE MAN!
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