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That is a very good point. And one that, as a newbie, I forgot to point out. However, I may be wrong, but it think that it is always important to remember that in perl "there is more than one way to do it". That said maybe it is not the best but it is a possible solution to an imidiate problem. Anyway, we should alays comment on these fixes so that we can review them later and that others can improve on our code as well.

Thanks for bringing up that point. :)

Update:I stand corrected. Throught the examples and arguements that have been presented, I think that I understand, that by trying to parse through the quesry string myself all I am doing is tring to rewrite a function that is already in CGI.pm. This didn't make sense to me at first, until I sat and thought about it. I agree that instead of writing a quick fix to the problem. We should be robust enough to look at the module and understand how it works and use it to its full potential instead of trying to rewrite the API ourselves.

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