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Here are the top ten articles for the ASP Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Regular Expression Pattern Matching
Regular Expressions let you do pattern matching in VBScript and ASP. In essence, you can validate that any input string matches up to your required letter/number settings.
2. Split ASP String Function
Are you trying to break a string up into smaller pieces? ASP provides an easy to use split function which lets you dice and slice a string.
3. Browser-Specific Code for IE and Netscape
If you are designing a website, it is critical that you understand the differences between IE - Internet Explorer - and Netscape, and code for both.
4. Referring URL with HTTP_REFERRER
When you are coding ASP pages, you often want to know where the user came from. Using HTTP_REFERRER lets you code your pages based on what path the user followed.
5. Saving Changes is Not Permitted error
When you're modifying your database, you might get an error that says Saving Changes is Not Permitted. How do you fix this error?
6. Writing Regular Expression Code
If you understand how wonderfully regular expressions can help you with your pattern matching needs, here is a walkthrough on creating ASP code.
7. Force Download Dialog box with ASP
Article on how to force Internet users to download files instead of opening them in their current browser using ASP.
8. UBound ASP Array Function
The UBound function lets you find out what the top defined array member is. This makes it easy for you to loop through an array from start to finish.
9. ASP Error - Overflow: 'cInt'
A common error in ASP is the Overflow: īcIntī error. What does it mean when you overflow a cInt value? How do you fix this?
10. ASP Error - The HTTP Headers are already written
A very common error in the world of ASP is: The HTTP headers are already written to the client browser. Any HTTP header modifications must be made before writing page content.
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