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Request Form Sub

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Submitted on: 1/5/2015 10:48:00 PM
By: Matt Khoury (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 4 Users
Compatibility: ASP (Active Server Pages)
Views: 719
 
     This code will help make your code more common, and provide simpler viewing for the Request.Form collection, by allowing the developer to place the entire Request.Form collection into a single Sub, therefore helping to organize your code a little better. Weíve all seen the type of code where Request.Formís are done many, many time throughout an ASP. Itís hard to keep track of, right? Well, using this Sub will help you to organize your code, and your form collection.
 
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'**************************************
' Name: Request Form Sub
' Description:This code will help make your code more common, and provide simpler viewing for the Request.Form collection, by allowing the developer to place the entire Request.Form collection into a single Sub, therefore helping to organize your code a little better. Weíve all seen the type of code where Request.Formís are done many, many time throughout an ASP. Itís hard to keep track of, right? Well, using this Sub will help you to organize your code, and your form collection.
' By: Matt Khoury (from psc cd)
'
' Inputs:Request.Form Collection
'
' Returns:Request.Form Variables
'
' Side Effects:None that I am aware of.
'**************************************

<%
Dim strExample1, strExample2, strExample3
Call GetPostedItems(strExample1, strExample2, strExample3)
%>
If you want, here is where you can Response.Write
the variables to view the items in your collection:<br>
<%
	Response.Write "strExample1 = [" & strExample1 & "]<br>"
	Response.Write "strExample2 = [" & strExample2 & "]<br>"
	Response.Write "strExample3 = [" & strExample3 & "]<br>"
Sub GetPostedItems(ByRef strExample1, ByRef strExample2, _
						ByRef strExample3)
	'-- Enter the NAME of the field below.
	strExample1 = Request.Form("Example1")
	strExample2 = Request.Form("Example2")
	strExample3 = Request.Form("Example3")
End Sub
%>


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