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- Jeff Bowman
April 18, 2005, 9:08 am
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transmitted as well, as a part of the overall CGI request. (In my particular
case, this action is desired--in fact if I can count on it reliably it'll save
me a boatload of programming time.)
Does anyone know whether this is part of spec, or is it just a browser
peculiarity? I'm hoping the former, of course. I've tried it under IE, NN, Moz
and Opr, all with the same result.
I'm slogging through RFC 2616, but I'm not having much luck pinpointing an
answer to this. Does someone know off the top of his head?
Re: POST v GET
Referring to "current GET variables" is a little confusing, as you
could mean the query string in the sending (FORM containing) document.
However, if you mean POSTing to
allows you access to the value of 'foo', then yes, that's expected.
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