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Please, I need to know how can I pass parameter in hyperLinke server control
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How about:

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myLink.NavigateUrl = "http://www.thewebsiteshop.co.uk?p1=" & parameter "&p2=" & nextparameter



http://www.thewebsiteshop.co.uk
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I like to do it this way:

Response.Write("<script>window.open('"myPage.aspx? d=" + firstparam +&y="+secondparam +"','_new');</script>");

and i recieve it in the second it page using this code:
string strParam1 = Request.QueryString["d"];
string strParam2 = Request.QueryString["m"];


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Thanks Zaghmout... I just peeped in and found a great solution for me.

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