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.htaccess rewrite rules

Can you write a rewriteRule for a .htaccess file that will accomplish the following:
redirect xyz.com/test and xyz.com/test/?id=1 to google.com
exclude xyz.com/tester and xyz.com/test/tester?

You must allow query strings and hash tags to flow through the redirects.

If I didn't need this solution asap I would spend the time to learn it myself but I unfortunately do not have the time. Thank you experts.
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aristanoble
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aristanoble
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Steve BinkCommented:
Try this:
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^id=1$ [OR]
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^$
RewriteRule ^/?test/?$ http://google.com [R,L,QSA]

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As far as I know, there's no way to detect or act on a fragment.  Then again, I've not experimented with it much.  The fragment is a client-side instruction which is not generally important at the server level.
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skullnobrainsCommented:
assuming you want to redirect
/test
/test/?anything
but not
/test/
/test/anything_that_does_not_start_with_?

RewriteRule ^/?test(/?|$) http://google.com

if you're uncomfortable with the above, you might as well write multiple rewrite rules
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