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 Odd or Even Number Site: Codefixer 
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A Simple subroutine that accepts a parameter and checks whether the number is an odd or even number. Author: Michael Wall Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Generate a random picture Site: Codefixer 
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This basic tutorial will show you how to make use of the RANDOMIZE function to generate a number and then use the SELECT CASE function to dynamically generate a banner based on the number returned. Author: Michael Wall Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Random Numbers Site: Asp Dev Studio 
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This sample probably doesn't require much explanation. It is a random number sample script. Includes online example, and source code. Happy Coding! Author: Bantrax Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 How to Format Numbers Site: Asp Dev Studio 
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Lets say you have a raw number like "123456789" within a database, and you want to display it within your page as an amount of money which requires the decimal point and then 2 following digits (even if they are zeros) and comma's after every third digit. Author: Bantrax Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Generating random passwords Site: DevTutorials.info 
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Let's say you have a website and contains a membership process. But you do not want visitor to type his/her own password and want to create a temporary password for new member. You may add following function to generate a random password. Author: DevTutorials.info Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Query strings: Part I Site: Haneng 
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Learn how to use query strings to pass information between ASP pages. Anyone can do this, it's very easy. Author: A. Haneng Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript

 Query strings: Part II Site: Haneng 
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Learn to use query strings to pass information between ASP pages. If you haven't read part one to this tutorial, I would recommend reading it before this one. Author: A. Haneng Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript

 Display first sentence Site: 1st Class Media 
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The usual way to display the first x chars or words in a news summary, which can be ugly as it is often meaningless, so I created a little function that displays the first full sentence from a recordset or string. Enjoy! Author: Mark Lawson Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 Using Variables and Forms Site: ASPTutorial.info 
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You'll probably want to do more with your forms than display their contents in a Web page. For example, based on the contents of the form, you may want to create a variable and insert that variable in different places of your response page. Author: AspTutoria.info Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript


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