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Thread: Variable value in internet query

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    Default Variable value in internet query

    Hi,

    I am new to java/html programming.
    I would like to pass a variable info( via a function return value) in the internet query
    and wondering how could I do that.

    e.g This is hard-coded query that I am embedding in my html
    <img src="http://www.somesite.com?s=5?d=HiThere">

    instead, I would like to do
    <img src="http://www.somesite.com?s=5?d=call_function_that_returns_ string()">

    Could you please let me know how could I do that.


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    Default Re: Variable value in internet query

    Is this a javascript question? Because java != javascript, and this is a java specific forum. If this is a java forum, I'd recommend being more elaborate with regards to context

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    Default Re: Variable value in internet query

    I hate JavaScript. In my opinion you should just...try not to use it...at all costs, except impossibility. And who told you JavaScript is called "Java"? They're...well they're...they don't know what they're talking about let's just put it that way. Finally, not only is this a Java specific forum, but it's a programming forum, and JavaScript has little to do with programming.

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