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I am trying to echo out product names onto php mail. I have it in the $message variable, code is below (have cut out a lot of other stuff in there, HTML code is all working fine)


$message = '


'for($z=0;$z<$h;$z++) {
            echo "<tr>";
                echo '<td colspan="18">'.$_SESSION['transferproducts'.$z.''].'</td>';
                echo '<td colspan="2">'.$_SESSION['transferprices'.$z.''].'</td>';
            echo "</tr>";




I'm getting an error on the line where the "for" starts. How can I get it to work correctly?

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You want to use the concatenation assignment operator in the for loop not echo.

$message = '';

// generate html
    $message .= "<tr>";
    $message .= '<td colspan="18">'.$_SESSION['transferproducts'.$z.''].'</td>';
    $message .= '<td colspan="2">'.$_SESSION['transferprices'.$z.''].'</td>';
    $message .= "</tr>";

// output generated html
echo $message;
Edited by Ch0cu3r
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