Classic ASP - Response.Redirect - URL contains Response.QueryString

Hi Experts,
I'm trying to do a redirect from my Classic ASP page, but I get the following error:
Microsoft VBScript compilation error '800a03ee'

Expected ')'

/RouteMapper/Search/PrinterId.asp, line 188

Response.Redirect ("RecallAffiliation.asp?Affiliation=<%=Request.QueryString("Affiliation")
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This is my code:
<%
Response.Redirect ("RecallAffiliation.asp?Affiliation=<%=Request.QueryString("Affiliation")%>" )
%>

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If I hard code <%=Request.QueryString("Affiliation")%> the redirect is working fine.

What is the correct syntax to avoid this error?
Thank you for your help.
romsomIT DeveloperAsked:
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Nitin SontakkeDeveloperCommented:
I am just shooting in the dark, to be honest.

Can you assign the whole thing to a variable and try.

<%
strRedirect = "RecallAffiliation.asp?Affiliation=<%=Request.QueryString("Affiliation")%>" 
Response.Redirect (strRedirect)
%>

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Or better:

<%
strRedirect = "RecallAffiliation.asp?Affiliation=" & Request.QueryString("Affiliation") 
Response.Redirect (strRedirect)
%>

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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
I think it should be

Response.Redirect ("RecallAffiliation.asp?Affiliation="<%=Request.QueryString("Affiliation")%> )

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Note the quote ends at the start of the ASP tag
romsomIT DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Nitin, thank you so much, it's working now.
Scott, I also tried your solution but it gave me an error.
Thank you both!
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