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Old June 19th, 2004, 12:28 AM
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AOA All Concern,

I just want to transfer the values of a form and want to display that values on next page.

This could be easily done in ASP by using Request Object but i want to do that without any server side support.I want to use VB Script or Javascript to solve this problem.

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I dont think so that there is any solution for this problem
But you can check this by doing this that values of one page is stored in variables and send to next page and display them on that page
by using

document.write() methode

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Hi Pakdev,

If you use <form method="get">, you could extract the values from the resultant querystring on the next page (window.location.search).

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 Hi Pakdev,

If you use <form method="get">, you could extract the values from the resultant querystring on the next page (window.location.search).

HTH,

Chris

Here is another solution for your problem

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