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using a JavaScript variable in HTML link

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I already got a JavaScript variable,
How can I use it to create a link,
for example:

<script language="JavaScript">
var1=........
</script>

now, I want to use var1 as:

<a href="http://zmerd01h/oam/tracker/employee.idc?T1=var1></a>

How can I make above link work?

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<a href="javascript:document.location='http://zmerd01h/oam/tracker/employee.idc?T1=' + var1"></a>

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Even better:

<a href="javascript:document.location='http://zmerd01h/oam/tracker/employee.idc?T1=' + escape(var1)"></a>

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