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However, the order is important. Sometimes

appears after other variables in the querystring. in this scenario I need the

to remain part of


Is this possible? To summarise, if &lang=php appears at the beginning of the query string, remove the &. If &lang=php appears anywhere else in the query string, the & must remain. I would change the script myself but unfortunately I am not the developer, and he doesn't seem too helpful at the moment; this is a quick fix.


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