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get form data to submit to another page using an url

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e.g.

<input type='text' name='newPrice'>


then I submit to a form thru an url as below
the above textbox will submit as the abc paramater


<a href="result.html?abc=.....">












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<form action="results.html">
<input type=text name="abc">
</form>


<a href="javascript:;" onClick="document.formname.submit();return false;">


or

<a href="javascript:;" onCLick="this.href='results.html?abc='+document.forms[0]['newPrice'].value">
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accepting the obviously correct answer.

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