On Tue, 26 Mar 2002, Erik Price wrote:

> I have a pretty basic question and was wondering if someone could point 
> me in the right direction:
> I have a foreach loop, where I execute some commands for each element in 
> a certain array.  One thing I would like to add to this loop is a 
> counter, so that on each iteration of the loop I have a next higher 
> number.  The following does not work:
> foreach ($months) {
>    $i = 1;
>    // do some things
>    $i++;
> }
> because in each new iteration of the loop, $i is reset to 1.  Is there a 
> way that I can achieve this effect?  Thanks for any advice,

well... put $i = 1; outside your loop...?

$i = 1;
foreach ($months) {
        // do some things

Jan Rademaker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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