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How do I access a query string value in my MVC code?

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How do I access a query string value in my MVC code?

Also, I don't see an MVC section in experts exchange?
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MVC is a design pattern/architectural style, and it is not specific to MS or ASP.NET. I would continue to use the ASP.NET topic area for your MVC questions.
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Thank you gentlemen.
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