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January 12, 2005, 6:41 pmrate this thread
"<td><input name='".$i-2."' size='2' type='text'
But it somehow mistreats $i-2. PHP does not throw any errors but the
browser renders the table incorrectly.
I got round this by introducing another variable
j=i-2 and using it in place of i-2
It works. However I am interested to understand why is does not work with
i-1. Any comments?
I get a parse error, but even without that the above would not do what
you want. In fact what you are trying do to is to print a difference of
these three strings:
2."' size='2' type='text' onBlur='myfunction(".$i
There are some other ways to solve that issue:
1) Use parentheses around the $i-2, e.g.
print "<td><input name='".($i-2)."' size='2' ...";
2) Use printf() and a format string with placeholders, which are then
replaced with $i-2. See the manual on sprintf() for details.
It never occured to me that concatination could have hight priority than