### [PHP] eval problem

Hello, Could someone offer some insight on eval(); I am fairly new at this. I would like to evaluate numerous variables from a form submission with a loop, but I can;t even get on to work: I.e. He are the variables from my form wins_1=7 losses_1=0 sort_1=1 wins_2=7 losses_2=4 sort_2=2

### Re: [PHP] eval problem

, it should return 743 Analysis Solutions [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... On Tue, Jul 02, 2002 at 10:19:59PM -0400, Greg Wineman wrote: He are the variables from my form wins_1=7 losses_1=0 sort_1=1 wins_2=7 losses_2=4

### Re: [PHP] eval problem

hmm... I must be doing something wrong. This is still returning 000 ? \$wins_1=7; \$losses_1=0; \$sort_1=1; \$wins_2=4; \$losses_2=4; \$sort_2=2; \$wins_3=3; \$losses_3=4; \$sort_3=3; \$wins = 0; for (\$counter=1; \$counter=3; \$counter++) { \$var = \\$wins_\$counter; \$wins = \$wins + \$\$var;

### Re: [PHP] eval problem

You da man. Thanks Analysis Solutions [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... On Tue, Jul 02, 2002 at 11:19:22PM -0400, Analysis Solutions wrote: Oops. Forgot to escape the \$: \$var = \\$wins_\$counter; Oops. Forgot my promise to myself to