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    The doctor is in... silver trophy MarcusJT's Avatar
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    Exclamation Warning! String concatenation may seriously damage your performance!

    Ok, this is a gratuitous plug, but I've posted plenty of stuff about the topic before on these forums so I thought I'd write something definitive and I did try to get it published here @ Sitepoint first but unfortunately they said they're not interested in publishing ASP classic content any more...

    VBScript String Concatenation (And Why It Should Be Avoided Like The Plague)
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    No more ASP classic articles?? It's not like it's going anywhere soon. I would almost bet there are more classic ASP sites than .Net sites out there right now.

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    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoloid
    No more ASP classic articles?? It's not like it's going anywhere soon. I would almost bet there are more classic ASP sites than .Net sites out there right now.
    Yeh - sure to be!

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    The doctor is in... silver trophy MarcusJT's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoloid
    No more ASP classic articles?? It's not like it's going anywhere soon. I would almost bet there are more classic ASP sites than .Net sites out there right now.
    Precisely.
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    Original Gangster silver trophy Thing's Avatar
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    it's just one more case of the man trying to hold us down! we will FIGHT!!!

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    The doctor is in... silver trophy MarcusJT's Avatar
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    What man?!
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    Nevermind.

    I see your alive from your club vacation! Very cool.

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    Thanks a lot Marcus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoloid
    No more ASP classic articles?? It's not like it's going anywhere soon. I would almost bet there are more classic ASP sites than .Net sites out there right now.
    I ran into a similar situation with my GetRows() article as I recall. I appreciate how .NET is a leap forward but it's certainly a narrow minded move to discontinue Classic ASP articles.

    Thanks for the link Marcus

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