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I am trying to set my cookies with the click of a button and display them with another button and have them expire one day after visit. I have been having some trouble with this and have written and rewritten code many times. How can I get this code to work? (not very familiar with setting cookies).

Below is the cookie script I am working on which I am having trouble with:
<script>
var equipment = document.forms[0].equipment.value;
var pDate = document.forms[0].pickupDate.value;
var pHour = document.forms[0].pickupHours.value;
var pMin = document.forms[0].pickupMinutes.value;
var rDate = document.forms[0].returnDate.value;
var rHour = document.forms[0].returnHours.value;
var rMin = document.forms[0].returnMinutes.value;
var first = document.forms[0].firstName.value;
var last = document.forms[0].lastName.value;
var street = document.forms[0].street.value;
var city = document.forms[0].city.value;
var zip = document.forms[0].zip.value;
var dob = document.forms[0].date.value; .....

This is the input field in the body part of the form:
<input type = "button" value = 'Set Cookies' onclick = "setCookie('anyName','Hello',expDate)">

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