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I'm using the latest Wordpress release with the default theme.

I have a function similar to this which is included and called from within a page (using exec-PHP).

<?php function myFunc($value) {
        while () // some condition {
             echo $value;
        }
 ?>
 <?php myFunc('val'); ?>

the output of the echo function is appearing at the bottom of the page instead of appearing within the correct page content section.

How can I fix this?

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Create a shortcode and return the content instead of echoing it out so in your functions.php file add:

function myFunc($atts,$content = null) {
    while (ture) {
       return $content;
    }
    return '';
}

add_shortcode('myfunc','myFunc');

and in your page's content instead of using exec-PHP just call your new shortcode:

[myfunc]val[/myfunc]
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