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jQuery find GET parameter

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Hi,

I'm trying to determine in jQuery if I have a value in $_GET['prod_id'] from a page like:

product-scores.php?status=doc&prod_id=20

and if so then do the following code.

In other words, as in pseudo code:
if ( $_GET['prod_id'] != '') {....}

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Thanks,
Victor
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Thanks.=)
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