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Access URL variable with Flash

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I've passed a variable through URL to my flash page. I need to access that variable "id" .

In my flash page the URL reads as follows.
How do I access "id" in Flash? Once I get my "id" variable, I can then run my sql query to show those details on my Flash form.

Thanks


http://localhost/dev/edit_flash.html?id=39

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That pointed me in the right direction. I've used SWFOBJECT 2.0 to solve it. Thanks
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