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jQuery Javascript

Robert Granlund
Last Modified: 2015-03-19
I'm not sure how to ask this question.  I have a jQuery function, that is re-iterated depending upon how many returns are on a page.

Here is what I am trying to do.  I would like to create a function that counts how many times the function loops and turn that number into a var.

function() {
  count (the amount of times the code loops.
var amount = AMOUNT OF TIMES

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Then I want to include that specific var "amount" in each iteration of the function that loops
So if the script loops 3 times the var amount = 3;

Then in the looping script each iteration will include that specific var amount = 3

I have no idea how to start writing that and help/questions will be greatly apriciated.
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