Parsing Large Strings

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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default Parsing Large Strings

    Hi<BR><BR>I am sure this is a seriously mickey mouse question, but... (flame suit on)<BR><BR>I am trying to parse a HUGE string to a new ASP page (The message on a Bulletin Board). If the message is too long, it chops off the end.<BR><BR>I presume this is due to the max length of the querystring.<BR><BR>Is there another way of parsing large string?<BR><BR>Also, is there another way of parsing data so that it doesn&#039t even appear in the querystring, so that nobody can simulate it by typing the string manually.<BR><BR>Cheers<BR><BR>Simon

  2. #2
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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: PASSING (not "parsing") Large Strings

    "parsing" means "to take apart or analyze according to a set of rules". For example, looking for keywords, etc., etc. I don&#039t think that&#039s what you are referring to, true?<BR><BR>If you would just do <BR><BR>&#060;FORM .... METHOD="POST"&#062;<BR><BR>instead of METHOD=GET (or leaving METHOD out, same thing), then your string limit is in the megabytes range instead of under one KB.<BR><BR>

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