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$a = "value1=foo&";
$b = "value2=";
$c = "bar";
I know that works. The reason I want to use the variable is that I want to pass a variable value based on other conditions such as login ID or membership info from a database.
that should return two variables (value1 and value2) and their values ("foo" and "bar", resp.).
but how do you pass a variable value. For example, if you don't want to send 'bar 'directly as the value for value2, but want to use the value of a variable say $c which will have a value of 'bar', how do you pass that back to flash. In my example it won't pass the value of $c as 'bar', unless I actually assign 'bar' to value2. I need to be able to pass the value of $c rather than send the assigned value. I looked at the various examples including those from login examples, but they didn't work. has the same problem. somehow AS does not seem to accept the values passed via variable. Any other way to do it?