post value from child to parent

Hi All,
If any one can help me to create a javascript for:

I have a parent window and a child window.
when i put some value in child window(having form action=" parent file")
and
click on submit button then
pop-up window(child window) should closed
and
the posted values should be in parent form. so that when i refresh parent page values remained there.
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bubbledragonCommented:
On you parent page
<form name="received" method="post" action="#"></form>

On your child page
<script>
function PassToParent(obj) {
      opener.document.getElementById('received').innerHTML = obj;
      opener.document.getElementById('received').submit();
}
</script>

<form name="child">
<input type="textbox" name="ABC" value="ABC">
<input type="button" value="submit" onClick="PassToParent(this.form.innerHTML);self.close();">
</form>
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Refael AckermannCommented:
Browsers are not required to save the state (form information - or anything set in JavaScript) pages when asking for a refresh.
A nice feature of better browsers is, when a page was loaded by a "post" method, when asking for "refresh" the browser will ask you if to resubmit the "post" data.
Plus if the page was created with a "get" with parameters in the URL query, any refresh will include the state.
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Refael AckermannCommented:
No objection here.
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