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JSP parameters

Bob Andrews
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I want to pass in two parameters to a jsp that looks like this
\myjsp.jsp?p1=;%j5;p2=hello
where the p1 is ";%j5"
I don't thing the browser or something does not understand ';' and '%'
can anyone tell me the best way to achive this.
[ January 06, 2004: Message edited by: travel samerica ]
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