In this chapter, you've learned about the Request object: what it has to offer developers and how to use it.
Among the collections in the Request object is the Form collection. This collection enables you to easily process forms that have been submitted by other pages.
Another very useful collection is the QueryString collection. This collection does the processing on parameters that have been passed to you in ASP.NET pages, and gives you an easy way to retrieve the data.
The ServerVariables and Cookies collections provide two more ways to obtain important information about the client and the client request.
The next chapter turns to the Response object where, rather than obtain information, you'll send or set information.