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Hi,

Is there a way to print out the post array of a form without having to individually echo each form variable?

i.e. with php i know you can use print_r($_POST);

Thanks
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there is no built-in function like print_r, but you can try:

for each x in Request.Form
        Response.Write("
" & x & " = " & Request.Form(x))
next
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glad to help
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