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How would I rewrite this?

<?php
if request.querystring("request") = "electrician" then
      response.write "<img src=""/images/electrician_btn.png"">"
elseif request.querystring("request") = "painting" then
      response.write "<img src=""/images/painting_btn.png"">"
elseif request.querystring("request") = "plumbing" then
      response.write "<img src=""/images/plumbing_btn.png"">"
end if
?>
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Question by:pingeyeg
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by:pingeyeg
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The statement above might seem confusing, but what it is, is asp code trying to be converted to php.
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<?php
if($_REQUEST["request"] == "electrician"){
     
        print "<img src=\"/images/electrician_btn.png\">";
        
        
}elseif($_REQUEST["request"] == "painting") {

     print "<img src=\"/images/painting_btn.png\">";

}elseif($_REQUEST["request"] == "plumbing") {

      print "<img src=\"/images/plumbing_btn.png\">";

}
?>
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by:pingeyeg
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I tell you what, this is definitely different than ASP.  I just have to get the hang of things.  Thanks!
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