ASP in a nutshell : a desktop quick reference by A Keyton Weissinger

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Here is Example 2-2 rewritten using the <%=…%> delimiters: Example Hello. It is now <%=Time()%> on the server. Using the <%=…%> delimiters is the same as using the Write method of the Response object. It simply inserts into the HTML stream whatever is between the opening <%= and the closing %>. If the content between the delimiters represents a variable, that variable’s value is inserted into the HTML stream. If the content is a call to a function, the result of the function call is inserted into the HTML stream.

This initialization code can reside anywhere. PersonalAddress = "19A West Avenue" StaticObjects ASP in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference, eMatter Edition Copyright © 2000 O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved. 35 Methods Reference ' The following code uses the StaticObjects collection ' of the Application object to retrieve the value ' of the PersonalName property of both AppInfo1 and AppInfo2. Count %> items in the Application's StaticObjects collection. Notes The StaticObjects collection allows you to access any object instantiated with application-level scope through the use of an tag.

It is now <%=Time()%> on the server. Using the <%=…%> delimiters is the same as using the Write method of the Response object. It simply inserts into the HTML stream whatever is between the opening <%= and the closing %>. If the content between the delimiters represents a variable, that variable’s value is inserted into the HTML stream. If the content is a call to a function, the result of the function call is inserted into the HTML stream. With the careful use of these delimiters, you can dynamically construct not only HTML content but also client-side script code, as Example 2-3 demonstrates.

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