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Passing PARMS in URL

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Is there a way to pass a range or >= or <= in the URL?

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[code]<a href='nextpage.php?min=this&max=that'>nextpage</a>[/code]
In nextpage.php retrieve the URL passed variable from the $_GET array and do whatever testing you want. Just remember that URLs can be modified by the user. Using 'hidden' values in a form method="post" is better is you don't want people messing around with your passed variables.

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