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    Example: http://www.domain.com/cgi-bin/query.pl?article=2#anchor

    Could I do that? It seems it doesn't understand!
    Any solutions? Thanks

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    You have to use "%23" instead of "#"... then your parsing routine should change it back.
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    No, but even if the problem is just passing into the browser, could you use that address to get to the anchor?

    The output page from the cgi script will generate a html, and in the html will have #anchor, how do you link to that anchor?

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