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Retrieving a value from an <a href...?my_value>

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Anyone know how a php program can retrieve the following value?

<a href="http://myurl/my.php?COMBO_SUBJECT=J&COMBO_LANG=ENG">
Jul 17 '05 #1
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On 21-Oct-2003, jf************@yahoo.com (J.Beaulieu) wrote:
Anyone know how a php program can retrieve the following value?

<a href="http://myurl/my.php?COMBO_SUBJECT=J&COMBO_LANG=ENG">


$_GET['COMBO_SUBJECT']
$_GET['COMBO_LANG']

see
http://www.php.net/manual/en/languag...s.external.php

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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jf************@yahoo.com (J.Beaulieu) schrieb:
Anyone know how a php program can retrieve the following value?

<a href="http://myurl/my.php?COMBO_SUBJECT=J&COMBO_LANG=ENG">


This should be

<a href="http://myurl/my.php?COMBO_SUBJECT=J&amp;COMBO_LANG=ENG">

and the script my.php gets the result in the $_GET array.
$_GET['COMBO_SUBJECT'] will contain "J" and $_GET['COMBO_LANG'] contains
"ENG".

Regards,
Matthias
Jul 17 '05 #3

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