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express get raw query

const url = require('url');
const express = require('express');

const app = express();
app.use((req, res, next) => {
  const query = url.parse(req.url).query;
  // Do something...
});

const port = 3000;
app.listen(port, console.log(`Listening on port ${port}.`));

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We’re requiring the url module.
2. We’re creating an Express app.
3. We’re using the app.use() method to add a middleware function.
4. We’re parsing the query string using the url.parse() method.
5. We’re listening on port 3000.

The url.parse() method takes a URL string, parses it, and returns a URL object.

The URL object contains the following properties:

href: the full URL
protocol: the request protocol
host: the target hostname with port number
auth: the authentication information
hostname: the target hostname
port: the target port number
pathname: the request path
search: the query string
hash: the URL hash

The url.parse() method also accepts a second parameter, which is a Boolean. If true, the query property will always be set to null.

The url.parse() method is just one of the many methods provided by the url module.

The url module is primarily used to parse URLs.

The querystring module is primarily used to parse query strings.

The querystring.parse() method takes a query string as a parameter and returns a JavaScript object.

The querystring.stringify() method takes a JavaScript object as a parameter and returns a query string.

The querystring.escape() method takes a string as a parameter and returns a URL-encoded string.

The querystring.unescape() method takes a URL-encoded string as a parameter and returns a decoded string.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

The querystring module is Node’s built-in query string parser.

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