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director 6.5 :Export variable

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How can i export a variable from lingo script in Director 6.5 (macromedia) to an HTML page (or to an ASP environment  ).
i am working on NT platform.
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set url to "http://www.yourplace.com/yourscript.cgi?age=23"
getNetText (url)

you are now using the standard get method to pass var's to your serve programs.
Director is a great thin client tool!

check out

http://www.umeda.com/waddaya/test.dcr

good luck
t
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