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HttpRequest Params: The Abstract Class, That Isn’t

19-Apr-07 03:32 pm EDT Leave a comment Go to comments

I have to admit – it never really came up before.  However, I had cause to differentiate the QueryString object from the Params object off of the HttpRequest; never before realizing they’re related – this, according to the MSDN help:

Well…if Params are merely accessing a type of element within the same collection as a QueryString , Form, ServerVariable or Cookie – why would anyone use ’em?  Save, perhaps, for code readiability….but the data is always available using Params[], so the temptation for those of us who want to simplify our jobs is just to use Params, isn’t it?

Dunno…..guess we’ll have to see how practical that approach turns out to be.

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