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 The use of the reference can be useful if other information is encoded within it. In the following example, social scientists would have "​Axxx"​ as a reference (e.g. A100, A201, A991), and natural scientists would have a "​BXXX"​ reference (e.g. B100, B201, B990) in the URL. The use of the reference can be useful if other information is encoded within it. In the following example, social scientists would have "​Axxx"​ as a reference (e.g. A100, A201, A991), and natural scientists would have a "​BXXX"​ reference (e.g. B100, B201, B990) in the URL.
  
-Depending on the reference, question "​AB01"​ or "​AB02"​ will now be displayed. ​The first character has to first be extracted ​from the reference in order to so by  using ''​{0}''​. PHP's own function ''​[[http://​php.net/​manual/​en/​function.strtoupper.php|strtoupper()]]''​ ensures ​that potential lower case letters are converted into upper case.+Depending on the reference, question "​AB01"​ or "​AB02"​ will now be displayed. ​In order to do so, the first character ​of the reference ​has to be extracted by using ''​{0}''​. PHP's own function ''​[[http://​php.net/​manual/​en/​function.strtoupper.php|strtoupper()]]''​ ensures potential lower case letters are converted into upper case.
  
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