Try this:

Store variables in an array, say $msg_array. (For those of Hungarian preference, 
$index = rand (0, $n)
echo $msg_array[ $index ]

Now this will require a bit of messing about, seeding the randomizer, etc., but you 
get the idea.

Miles Thompson

On Sunday 27 January 2002 03:00 pm, Tauntz wrote:
> If I have n variables:
> $nr1 = "some text";
> $nr2 = "some other text"
> $nr3....
> ....
> and I want to print the text "randomly" (like if I enter the page.. it
> displays $nr1... next time it displays $nr 5.. etc) how can I achieve it ?

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