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How can i send parameters with a link?
i.e. I have a link as <a href="find.asp?a=3">find 3</a>
i want some code examples for getting parameter values of a
and use it in find.asp. With forms i would say :
a=request.form("a") and get the value but when the parameter comes with a link, how can i get it? Any code and example is appreciated. Thanx in advance...
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<%
a = Request.Querystring("a")
%>
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thanx a lot
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