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How to retrieve query string values from url in Angular JS

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Hi,
I am trying to get the query string parameter values from url in Angular JS. 4location.search().parametername is not working.
Can I get any simple to understand example.

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Where? Is this server side or in an HTML page which when loaded uses Angular?
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In an Html page  when loaded using Angular. Thanks
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I'm really sorry for having being so busy this week that I forgot all about you. Give youself the points.

The service you need to inject is $location. The method search() will return a Javascript object with the parameters of the URL.

https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/service/$location

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