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need code to do the following in php

Specify a max nbr to loop thru like 1 thru 1000
Specify a start value for index any numeric value
Each time index should increase by 1
2nd value should be a random 10 digit nbr

the output needs to look like this

$cb->set("index", $randomnumber);
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Question by:AlexPonnath
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<?php // RAY_temp_alexponnath.php
error_reporting(E_ALL);

// SEE http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Web_Languages-Standards/PHP/Q_28297482.html

/**
 * Specify a max nbr to loop thru like 1 thru 1000
 * Specify a start value for index any numeric value
 * Each time index should increase by 1
 * 2nd value should be a random 10 digit nbr
 * the output needs to look like this: $cb->set("index", $randomnumber);
 */

// THE CLASS DEFINITION FOR "$cb"
Class Cb
{
    public function set($index, $randomnumber)
    {
        $this->data[$index] = $randomnumber;
    }
}

// INSTANCE OF THE CB CLASS
$cb = new CB;

// RANGE OF TEN DIGIT NUMBERS
$lo = 1000000000;
$hi = 9999999999;

// NUMBER OF ELEMENTS TO CREATE
$lim = 32;

// STARTING INDEX
$ndx = 16;

// THE ARRAY KEYS
$arr = range($ndx, $ndx+$lim);
foreach ($arr as $key)
{
    $cb->set($key, rand($lo, $hi));
}

// SHOW THE WORK PRODUCT
echo '<pre>';
print_r($cb);

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Best regards, ~Ray
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by:Ray Paseur
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@AlexPonnath: Please see the EE grading guidelines:
http://support.experts-exchange.com/customer/portal/articles/481419

Out of your last ten questions, you've given only one grade of "A" -- a behavior that is astonishingly out of step with an online community where the default and expected grade is "A" unless the responses are deficient.

In the instant case you got a tested and working code example that does exactly what you asked for, and you got it within 15 minutes of posting the question.  So I think you owe an explanation for the marked down grade.  Specifically, what were you expecting that you did not get?

Standing by to hear back from you! ~Ray
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