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Hello, by random i have a page that is going to get diffrent querys and its prams, how do i tell what the qry names are and then what the pram is eq to?
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foreach(string key in Request.QueryString.AllKeys)
{
  string value = Request.QueryString[key];
  Console.WriteLine("{0}: {1}", key, value);
}
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