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ASP 5
Book Sample Exercises

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Response Object and HTML Encoding

The response object is often used in conjunction with various kinds of coding schemes. No discussion of response would be complete without a discussion of how to "handle" or "escape" special characters. This sample script demonstrates common conversion and transformation commands that make sense to use with the response.write command:

<Include Files:The include option is the heart of making efficient ASP files and re-usable chunks. It basically has two forms and now we will present the forms and their differences:

<!--#includevirtual="/whatever.asp"--> would include any file on your site (in this example, whatever.asp is in the web server's root directory) but you must fully qualify the filename with a path.

<!--#include file="whatever.asp"--> can include the whatever.asp file in  the directory of the script that contains the statement. It ASSUMES the current directory!

Example #1 <!--#include virtual="/sally/filename.asp"-->could include a file from sally's directory, even if the page with this statement is (for example) in the /fred/finance folder.

Example #2:<!--#include file="/sally/filename.asp"--> will fail from fred's directory.

Example #3: <!--#include file="../sally/filename.asp"--> will succed from fred's directory but if the script that contains it is moved to a different level in the tree structure it will fail to locate the file. INCLUDE VIRTUAL is better if a script may be moved and is immune to relative path issues.

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