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Function with two parameters

function addNums( $num1, $num2 ) {
    $result = $num1 + $num2;
    $ret = "<table border=\"1\">";
    $ret .= "<tr><td>number 1: </td><td>$num1 </td></tr>";
    $ret .= "<tr><td>number 2: </td><td>$num2 </td></tr>";
    $ret .= "<tr><td>result: </td><td>$result</td></tr>";
    $ret .= "</table>";
    return $ret;

print addNums (49, 60);

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