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daverussellr on 09/16/10


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Check For Key in Querystring


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Ensures that the querystring key that you require exists before using it.

  1. if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(Request.QueryString["somekey"]))
  2. //do some stuff
  3. }

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Posted By: fnx on September 16, 2010

null check should be first. But why not use string.IsNullOrEmpty()?

Posted By: daverussellr on September 16, 2010

hi fnx, correct, will update.

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