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Yes, I use Dreamweaver, and it chooses the language definition.
regarding the "<%" notation, it is just a matter of replacing the PHP "?" with "%", and things work exactly as you specified.
I had to get a bit inventive to get this message to you.
Apparently, my WindowsXP OS combined with my IE-8 browser just don't hack
it on this web site. I sent a message to the...
I have learned that the following line of code works for Integers:
Below are several lines of code extracted from examples found in the web site "w3Schools.com". All are VB script based. I am using Java script. (I note that "Response.Write" appears with a "W",...
When using Java Scrip as the scripting language, is there a string "search" function that can be used inside <% %>?
(All that I can find in the literature are examples using the default VB...
My P.S., as indicated by the accompaning icon, was intended to interject a bit of potential humor relating to our relative ages.
Your moniker is apropos without modification.
Thanks for the reply.
YES on your statements #1 (20 years at C++ taught me that) & #2.
In an ASP file, if the definition of the function F() is taken out from within <% %> and placed within
then the server returns with an...
TO: rnd me
Let me be more specific. Below is the ASP file I've been using for testing.
<title>Testing Document Write</title>...
First, thank you for taking the time to respond.
Yes, I had already gone the route of <%@ language="jscript" %>, but with no success for at least some JS statements that worked under "<script>...
In an ASP file, can Java Script code lines appear within a <% %> block? I can only find VB examples. Testing attemps to use Java Script there kill the application, resulting in a server error...
In the following *.asp file, the server barfs when it encounters the "document.write()" statement when within "<% ... %>. If I change the <% %> with <script> </script>, it works OK.
For the past 30 years I have been an engineering oriented "soft-core" programmer in a variety of languages, including VB for EXCEL and C++. But I know "zero + epsilon" about Java Script. My goals...