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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. ASP Error - Overflow: 'cInt'
A common error in ASP is the Overflow: ´cInt´ error. What does it mean when you overflow a cInt value? How do you fix this?
2. ASP String Function List
Strings, or variables that take letters and numbers, are used in just about every ASP script written. Here are some functions that allow you to work with them.
3. 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.
4. Redim and Preserve in ASP Arrays
When you´re using ASP arrays, sometimes you want to make them larger part way through processing. The Redim command lets you alter an array size - and the preserve command saves the data already there.
5. Using the REQUEST Object
Various request methods in ASP, including form request, querystring request, and server variable request.
6. 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.
7. Using ASP to Code an RSS Feed
RSS feeds let you easily syndicate your content to an end user or another website. ASP can help you easily create your own RSS feed for your website.
8. Type Mismatch Error
Type mismatch is a general error that happens when you try to stuff one type of value into a variable of another type.
9. RecordCount and Count
If you´re trying to figure out how many records are in a given SQL result set, you can use either the RecordCount or Count command. Both work in different ways.
10. 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.
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