Maybe this is what you wanted:

<?
        echo("<FORM>");
        $i=10;
        for ($j=0;$j<3;$j++){
                echo $j;
                echo("<INPUT TYPE=checkbox NAME='$j' VALUE='$i'>");
        }
        echo("<input type=hidden name=passvar value=$i>");
        echo("<input type=submit name=Enter value=Enter>");
        echo("</form>");
?>

The value of '$i' can now be picked up by calling it from the new var: 
'passvar'

HTH :)

Russ

 how The variable being passed will be seen in the next form? 
On Fri, 11 May 2001 01:55:42 +0530 Sharmad Naik 
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> pls look at the attachment
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