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Part of the mo. lesson in the Nov 15 Issue of Prestwood eMag
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Using Request.QueryString
Although you can use the generic request collection, as in Request("SomeValue"), for either Request.Form("SomeValue") or Request.QueryString("SomeValue"), it's best to avoid the generic request collection until it's really needed. Use a For Each loop to loop through elements.


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