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Questions: Am trying to get the data from an Asp.Net Core Request Query String but the compiler won't let me. It shows a red squiggly line saying "cannot apply indexing with [] to an expression of type QueryString". 

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If you are using Request.QueryString["Name"] change it to Request.Query["Name"]. Let me know if this helps.

According to Intellisense, The Request.QueryString is used to set or get query string used to create a query collection in Request.Query. While Request.Query gets the query value collection parsed from the Request.QueryString.

 The error message "cannot apply indexing with [] to an expression of type QueryString" typically occurs when you try to access or index a QueryString object using square brackets []. However, the QueryString object does not support direct indexing.

In most programming languages, a QueryString represents the parameters passed in a URL, typically in the form of key-value pairs. To access specific values in a QueryString, you need to use the appropriate method or property provided by the programming language or framework you are using.

Since you haven't mentioned the specific programming language or framework you are working with, I'll provide a general example using C# and ASP.NET:

// Assuming you have a URL with a query string: https://example.com/page?param1=value1&param2=value2

// Get the entire query string
string queryString = Request.QueryString.ToString(); // queryString = "param1=value1&param2=value2"

// Get the value of a specific parameter
string param1Value = Request.QueryString["param1"]; // param1Value = "value1"
string param2Value = Request.QueryString["param2"]; // param2Value = "value2"

Note that the code snippet above assumes you are working within the context of a web application and accessing the query string parameters from an HTTP request object (Request in this example). The syntax and method for accessing query string parameters may vary depending on the programming language and framework you are using.

If you provide more information about the programming language or framework you're using, I can provide a more specific solution tailored to that environment.

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