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any ways to clear form cache or prevent user from pressing the back button

Hi,

Are there ways to let browser forget about the previous submitted form data?

Or prevent user from pressing F5 to submit the same form again

Or prevent user from presising back on the browser?

Please advise.

Thanks

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Hi,

Are there ways to let browser forget about the previous submitted
form data?

Or prevent user from pressing F5 to submit the same form again

Or prevent user from presising back on the browser?
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