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reading url in action script

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how can i replace or add a url parameter using actionscript please.

if the current webpage is index.asp?lang=fr

in need to change it to index.asp?lang=en

but my swf file goes on every webpage so i need to dynamically get the current url and only change the lang parameter how do i do this please
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Howdy...

This page might help...
http://www.actionscriptblog.net/?p=17

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