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how to pass a value to another html through anchor tag

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thing is,
   i would like to send parameter to asp from anchor tag .
 that asp take this parameter and generate dynamically a html page.

 please help me.

thanks
bapireddy
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by:ykf2000
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did you mean this

<a href="your_target_page.htm?var=test">Go</a>


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by:bapireddy
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please fallow my steps

  this is the anchor tag i put in one HTML
<a href="main1.asp?acct#=111"> hello </a>

when ever i click on hello, i call main1.asp with acct#=111 as parameter

in main1.asp i received parameter in the following way
is it correct? but it is not working

<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME=name1 size=20
value="<%=request.Querystring("acct#")%>">

please check it
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by:bapireddy
ID: 6297349

please fallow my steps

  this is the anchor tag i put in one HTML
<a href="main1.asp?acct#=111"> hello </a>

when ever i click on hello, i call main1.asp with acct#=111 as parameter

in main1.asp i received parameter in the following way
is it correct? but it is not working

<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME=name1 size=20
value="<%=request.Querystring("acct#")%>">

please check it
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Don't use the #-sign.
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To close this out, I will be making a recommendation to CS
in about a week.  I would appreciate any comments from the
participants on how it should be disposed of.

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It is time to clean this abandoned question up.  

I am putting it on a clean up list for CS.

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Comment from CJS accepted as answer.

Thank you
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