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Methods GET vs. POST in HTML forms.

Posted By :Ghanashyam Nayak     Posted Date :September 20, 2010    Points :10   Category :JavaScript/VBScript 
Encoding form data into URL is needed by the GET method. The form data is to be appeared within the message body , by the POST method. By specification, GET is used basically for retrieving data where as POST is used for data storing, data updating, ordering a product or even e-mailing.

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Difference Between GET and POST methods in HTML

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