I've got a string in .NET which is actually a url. I want an easy way to get the value from a particular parameter.
Normally, I'd just use
Request.Params["theThingIWant"], but this string isn't from the request. I can create a new
Uri item like so:
Uri myUri = new Uri(TheStringUrlIWantMyValueFrom);
I can use
myUri.Query to get the query string...but then I apparently have to find some regexy way of splitting it up.
Am I missing something obvious, or is there no built in way to do this short of creating a regex of some kind, etc?
ParseQueryString method of
System.Web.HttpUtility class that returns
Uri myUri = new Uri("http://www.example.com?param1=good¶m2=bad"); string param1 = HttpUtility.ParseQueryString(myUri.Query).Get("param1");
Check documentation at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms150046.aspx
This is probably what you want
var uri = new Uri("http://domain.test/Default.aspx?var1=true&var2=test&var3=3"); var query = HttpUtility.ParseQueryString(uri.Query); var var2 = query.Get("var2");