<EXPORT $var [$var ...] [flags]>
EXPORT directive marks the given variables for "export"
to the next invocation of the script. Their values will be retrieved
the next time the script is run.
EXPORTed variables are saved when the special variable
$url is printed, whose value is the URL to re-invoke the script
(see here). Variables
EXPORTed with the
QUERY flag are saved to
$urlq, whose value is a URL-encoded
query string (starting with a "
?" if non-empty) containing
When a user then clicks the
$url link, not only is the script
invoked as usual, but all variables
EXPORTed at the time the
$url was printed, are restored in the new invocation. Thus
the script can remember a user's query, login id, etc. across multiple
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