exit status 1 ;expected unqualified-id before numeric constant, please help!

I am getting the exit status 1; expected unqualified-id before numeric constant on line 12 and it also might be on other lines. here is the full code. it is to make a foot pedal have an output of a smaller voltage that can not be made by the foot pedal itself. this whole thing is for an electric go-kart project I am doing made out of a car alternator and car batteries. ('hio' is the voltage output) (i am using an Arduino UNO)

const int analogPin = A0; // pin that the sensor is attached to
const int hio = 11; // pin that the inner coil of the alternator is attached to
const int 10 = 243;
const int 20 = 216;
const int 30 = 189;
const int 40 = 162;
const int 50 = 135;
const int 60 = 108;
const int 70 = 81;
const int 80 = 54;
const int 90 = 27;
const int 100 = 0;

void setup() {
// initialize the LED pin as an output:
pinMode(hio, OUTPUT);
// initialize serial communications:
Serial.begin(9600);
}

void loop() {
// read the value of the potentiometer:
int analogValue = analogRead(analogPin);

// if the analog value is high enough, turn on the LED:
if (analogValue > 10) {
analogWrite(hio, 95);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, LOW);
}
if (analogValue > 20) {
analogWrite(hio, 82);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, LOW);
}
if (analogValue > 30) {
analogWrite(hio, 76);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, LOW);
}
if (analogValue > 40) {
analogWrite(hio, 70);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, LOW);
}
if (analogValue > 50) {
analogWrite(hio, 64);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, LOW);
}
if (analogValue > 60) {
analogWrite(hio, 57);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, LOW);
}
if (analogValue > 70) {
analogWrite(hio, 44);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, 0);
}
if (analogValue > 80) {
analogWrite(hio, 41);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, 0);
}
if (analogValue > 90) {
analogWrite(hio, 32);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, 0);
}
if (analogValue > 100) {
analogWrite(hio, 29);
} else {
analogWrite(hio, 0);
}
// print the analog value:
Serial.println(analogValue);
delay(1); // delay in between reads for stability
}

Please read How to use this forum - please read, specifically point #7 about posting code; next edit your post and use code tags.

The error is caused by the fact that variable names can't start with a number.

Please read the forum rules and correct your post above and add code tags around your code:
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This is wrong

const int 10 = 243;
const int 20 = 216;
const int 30 = 189;
const int 40 = 162;
const int 50 = 135;
const int 60 = 108;
const int 70 = 81;
const int 80 = 54;
const int 90 = 27;
const int 100 = 0;

your variable names are not legit, you can’t redefine numbers to have another value...

J-M-L:
you can’t redefine numbers to have another value…

…unless you are an accredited politician.

Indeed - forgot about the truth now just being an opinion... :slight_smile: