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I am trying to setup a variable and store some code to display but am haveing some probs see code below

$insert_results = ('<form action="CDDuplicationStepFive.php" method="post" name="form1">
<p class="MainContentBlue">We offer multiple Insert Printing options </p>
<p class="MainContent">
<select name="printing" class="MainContentSmallBolder" id="printing">
do {
<option value="<?php echo $row_all_cds[\'print_id\']?>">' echo $row_all_cds['print_name']' - add ' echo $row_all_cds['print_retail']'</option>
} while ($row_all_cds = mysql_fetch_assoc($all_cds));
$rows = mysql_num_rows($all_cds);
if($rows > 0) {
mysql_data_seek($all_cds, 0);
$row_all_cds = mysql_fetch_assoc($all_cds);
<a href="#" class="MainContentVerySmall" onClick="MM_openBrWindow(\'../AutoHelp.php?sub=InsertPrinting\',\'HELP\',\'scrollbars=yes,width=375,height=400\')">HELP!</a></p>
<input name="Submit" type="submit" class="MainContentVerySmall" value="CONTINUE">
</form> ');


$quote['printing_name'] = "None";
$quote['printing_retail'] = ".00";
header("Location: CDDuplicationStepFive.php");



Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_DO in /wizard/CDDuplicationStepFourA.php on line 36

PLEASE help me!!

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You're not terminating your statements with a semi-colon. I see lone single quotes in your code. You're attempting to store something in a variable and never using it anywhere. How are you expecting to show what you stored? You don't need parenthesis around strings.


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