Can I use ExternalInterface.call() to send variables to a javascript function?

I am using the following to call the javascript function 'js_set_cookie' from my Actionscript 3.0 file:

ExternalInterface.call("js_set_cookie");

I would like to send a variable to the function when it is called.  Is there a way to do this?
tprofitsAsked:
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CyanBlueCommented:
Just throw in the value you'd like to send like this...
(You could have just asked this on the previous topic...)

CyanBlue
ExternalInterface.call("js_set_cookie", "Hello");

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tprofitsAuthor Commented:
I think that will get me through the rest of the day!  Thanks.
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