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Re: Using variables as URLs

Hi Bub

Bud Grace wrote:
>         I need to use a string generated at runtime as the URL to be called
> next.
> JavaScript seems to require a string literal as a URL and there are no pointers.
>         Is there a way to do this?
>         Thanks.
> Just build the wanted URL as a string variable, f.e.
var NewUrl = "http://";;
NewUrl +="SomethingElse";


and there you go :-) (with window.loacation.href = NewUrl)

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