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Passing Multiple Parameters in One Query String

It is nice to be able to pass a parameter in a URL query string. However, you are not limited to one parameter per URL; you can pass a lot of them at once. You concatenate parameters using an ampersand (&). Concatenated URL parameters in a query string look like this:

SomeActionPage.cfm?param1=value1&param2=value2&param3=value3

That should help you get a good start in working with FORM and URL variables in ColdFusion.

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