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I need some ASP code that can inform me of the data given from a HTML form via the GET method.
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Say you have the following URL
www.yourdomain.com?Item1=DataToBeRetrieved

Use the Statement
sData = Response.QueryString("Item1")

Will set sData to be equal to DataToBeRetrieved
Use the above syntax for each item in the Form.
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