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Attributes of HTML elements must always be quoted.  It's OK if you don't quote numeric values (e.g. cellpadding=2), but you MUST use quotes for all other attributes:
 
<%rr= "this is a test"%>
<input type= "hidden" name="test" value= "<%=rr%>">

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Sent by Richard on 11/20/2004 12:37:19 AM:
This is driving me crazy
 
example code
 
 
<%rr= "this is a test"%>
<input type= "hidden" name="test" value= <%=rr%>
 
when I send this to another page  I only gets  this  everything else is missing
 
if I use <% rr= "this+is+a+test"%>  I get the whole string  is there some char or function  I am missing
 
Thanks