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How to loop through form variables (Points for sicknote)

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How can I loop through all the elements of a form in ASP in the form handler page?
 (This question has already been answered but I owe the points for it).

Sicky, please post your answer again for the benefit of anyone else who would like to know.
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sicknote earned 80 total points
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Try this:

dim oFormItem

For each oFormItem in Request.Form
    Response.Write(oFormItem & "(" & Request.Form(oFormItem) & ")<BR>")
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