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Setting PHP value from VB.net

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Hello

I have a PHP script running on the server and VB.net application on the client

How can I set the value of a PHP variable from within VB.net application

How can I do that

Please let me know asap

Thanks
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How are you connecting to this PHP script?  Through an ordinary HTTP request?

If the script is expecting variables in $_GET then just add them to the URL:

http://www.example.com/your-script?variable_name=value&other_variable=other_value
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Hello

The above link wont open

Can you please paste an example
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Oh sorry

Got it :)
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