HTTP query strings in Laravel routes

So you read the documentation back and forth, and again, and even more again. And you still can’t make your

Route::get('myroute?querystring=myquerystring', function()

work?

Well – you don’t find it in the docs but what you have to do is:

Route::get('myroute', function()
{
    $myvariable = Input::get('myqueryparameter');
    // do whatever you want with the variable now
});
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