On Mon, 23 Oct 2000, Forrest W. Christian wrote:
> (The following code is not tested and I realize it is also not as small as
> it could be) And I'm not a vbasic programmer...
You must remember that ASP on IIS permits two different languages - VBscript
and Jscript. What you call "traditional" ASP is an example of VBscript, but
whenever I coded in ASP I used Jscript which is what you refer to as "Perl"
The language used can be specified at the top of the page.
Personally though, I agree with other posters in that PHP is a more suitable
language. Combined with Zeus it's a great deal faster, easier to code in,
isn't as brain-dead and is more functional, in addition to being available
for free for a large number of platforms.
ASP is for people who buy the M$ line every time. We aren't members of that
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