>phpinfo(); is your friend.  Insert into a PHP script which has a query
>string (the part of the URL after the ?) and look at the environment
>variables available and listed in the output generated by phpinfo().  The
>variable you're looking for is $QUERY_STRING, but you really should get
>familiar with all of the other variables available since there are many that
>are quite useful.  Also see parse_url() in the manual since it lets you grab
>each of the URL's components separately and you can supply the URL as
>$SCRIPT_URI, $SCRIPT_URL or something similar.

Thanks that is what I needed.
I am starting to learn more about phpinfo.

Is there a really good place that documents all the options and variables 
and such?

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