Ok i'd love to, except there's about 500,000 lines of code previously written by someone else. (badly). Trust me this is not the way i'd normal write things but am forced to..
Unfortunately whoever wrote this previously was terrible and it's just easier to keep running along thier lines, the reasons i'm asking the questions is i would never write a program like this but have to as small additions are being made.
I.e. everywhere through the code it has $Sel1Ttl + $Sel2Ttl......$Sel80Ttl already written..
Now everyone in thier answers has concentrated on the addition of the values, where the real problem is the $SelMaking this number change
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