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I want to translate "Upload an image" by using _(), _e(). It does not work for me. I tried value= _e( 'Upload an image') but did not work out.

function logo_image() {
 $options = get_option('plugin_options');
      echo"<input type='text'  class='regular-text text-upload' name='plugin_options[logo_image]' value='{$options['logo_image']}'/>";
      echo "<input type='button' class='button button-upload' value='Upload an image'/>";
      echo"<img style='max-width: 200px; display: block;' src='{$options['logo_image']}' class='preview-upload'/>";
 }
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Use esc_attr__() to translate and escape strings for HTML attributes:

$button_text = esc_attr__( 'Upload an image', 'your_text_domain' );

echo "<input type='button' class='button button-upload' value='$button_text' />";
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