passing a parameter in an aspx url

I am having a this code which is working fine:
dim hl as hyperlink
hl=new hyperlink
hl.text = "delete user"
hl.navigateURL = "~/newuser.aspx"
hl.id = "user" & drd("rid")                   'I am keeping the id of the person on this url
tc.controls.add(hl)                              'tc is a new table cell

Challenge
I want to pass the value drd("rid") to the url "~/newuser.aspx" such that when it opens it shows details of that persons.

Help

Anthony
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Anthony MatovuBusiness Analyst, MTN UgandaAsked:
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Obadiah ChristopherCommented:
R u talking of querystrings?

"~/newuser.aspx?rid="drd("rid")
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Anthony MatovuBusiness Analyst, MTN UgandaAuthor Commented:
Yes

I little more,

anything more I have to do when the newuser page opens?

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Obadiah ChristopherCommented:
"~/newuser.aspx?rid="&drd("rid")


In the newuser page.

string rid = Request.QueryString("rid").ToString()
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