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Returns the value of a parameter named paramName from the superglobal $_POST array.



function GetPOSTValue($name)


The code below checks if a $_POST parameter does exist and, if so, assigns its value to a variable.


// check if the parameter custom_var available

if (GetApplication()->IsPOSTValueSet('custom_var'))

    // found

    $params['custom_var'] = GetApplication()->GetPOSTValue('custom_var');


    // not found. Assign a default value.   

    $params['custom_var'] = '5 (default)';


See also: IsPOSTValueSet

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