ASP xml->xsl sending a variable

I am trying to pass variables from my asp to xsl.. and not getting it right. I'm still new to asp and xsl.
strid = Request.QueryString("id");
  	// Load the XML 
  var xml = Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.DOMDocument");
  xml.async = false;
  	// Load the XSL
  var xsl = Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.DOMDocument");
  xsl.async = false;
in the xsl it should be I'm assuming
<xsl:param name="strid" />
How do I push the variable strid to the xsl?

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a53mpAuthor Commented:
Does anyone have an idea?
you are passing "parameters"

Here, if that doesnt clear it up, let me know and I can walk you through it.


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a53mpAuthor Commented:
I think I have the asp part right.. but I'm not quite sure how I should be calling it in the XSL is it just

<xsl:param name="parametername"/>
a53mpAuthor Commented:
Thanks I FINALLY figured it out!

I'm sure I will have more questions to come lol
a53mpAuthor Commented:
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