how to call



Hello I have this

<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%>

<% usr_ageLow = DateDiff("yyyy",Request.QueryString("usr_ageq"), NOW()) %>

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>

Hw can I call the value to be shown on my page, I have tried the following to no avail.


<body>
<p><%= Request("usr_ageLow") %></p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p><%= Request.QueryString("usr_ageLow") %></p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p><%= Request.Form("usr_ageLow") %></p>
</body>


the value been passed to the page is

usr_ageq=36


I was hoping that the 36 would be subtracted from todays date thus I could compare it wth a dob in my database.

but i cannot show a value on my page to begin with . what have i done wrong.

regards

kenny






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Ryan ChongCommented:
>>Hw can I call the value to be shown on my page, I have tried the following to no avail.

I guess should be as:

<%= Request("usr_ageq") %>

not:

<%= Request("usr_ageLow") %>

as well as the other 2..

??
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thatelvisAuthor Commented:
<%=usr_ageLow%>  is what I needed.

Thanks for your help.


this issue is now closed.


regards

Kenny


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smaccariCommented:
usr_ageLow is now a variable in your page, not an element of the QueryString (nor Form post).

So, simply do:

<%=usr_ageLow%>
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thatelvisAuthor Commented:
yea i wasnt aware of that until I check else where.

thanks again
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Ryan ChongCommented:
LOL, didn't read this question properly...
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thatelvisAuthor Commented:
lol


thanks lol
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