Dynamic variables' naming from SendAndLoad

Hello,
Been chasing my tail for almost 2days now, I'm having
problems on how to load dynamically named variables and place it on
dynamically named movieclips. I'm loading variables from php/mysql
query thru sendAndLoad (no problem with that). The loaded variables
are names of swf files that i'm trying to load on dynamically
numbered movieclips. The problem is it just wont load. I've
searched the net for similar codes, but with no luck. I'm guessing
that my error is in getting the exact variable name to load.
Heylp...

No problems, you're welcome.
I think the eval should do the same thing as what I had. I
can't remember, I don't tend to use eval in flash - don't really
know why. I think loadMovie also accepts a string argument (which I
assume it 'evals') for a target in which case it may also work
without the eval and just with ,"_root.my_movieclip" + i; (didn't
try it so don't know for sure).
Good luck with it.

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