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post - redirect - get design pattern

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Can someone show me a very good example of the post - redirect - get design pattern?  I need something that explains clearly for newbies.  Thanks in advance.
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Take a look at my post here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/PHP/Q_28531376.html#a40362919   I think that's what you're talking about.
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If you don't know the design pattern it seems to follow that you might not know exactly when or why to use the design pattern, nor how to debug a script that uses this design.  Why not tell us in plain language what you're trying to achieve -- nothing technical just something like, "I want a client to be able to submit a product purchase order form to my web site."  Once we know what you're trying to accomplish and what the issues are we can probably offer the benefit of our experience.
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