ics:listget gets the list specified in the attribute listname and retrieves the info requested in the attribute fieldname. This information can be assigned to the variable declared in output. fieldname is the title of the field you wish to retrieve from the list. The most common fieldname will be value as this is used in a ics:listloop to assign a list object during iteration.
Other values include:
<ics:listget listname="resultsList" fieldname="#numRows" output="resultsListSize" />
This example will return the number of items in the list.
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