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 <?php
        $ch = '"';
        $i = '0';
        for($i = 0; $i < 10; $i++)
        {
     echo '<input type="button" id="button_'.i.'" class="mybuttons" value="but"  önclick='.$ch.'add()'.$ch.'/>';
        }
        ?>

Notice:
Notice: Use of undefined constant i - assumed 'i'

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Posted 27-Apr-13 3:47am

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Solution 1

Hi,

Try:
<?php
        $ch = '"';
        $i = '0';
        for($i = 0; $i < 10; $i++)
        {
     echo '<input type="button" id="button_'.$i.'" class="mybuttons" value="but"  onclick='.$ch.'add()'.$ch.'/>';
        }
        ?>
You forgot the $ sign before i.

Hope this helps.
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