Stuart, Very interesting results. See below. On 6/14/05, Stuart Young <syoung at unitec.ac.nz> wrote: > Well here you go, here's most of the web languages here... some surprises for me were the low placing of ColdFusion and VBScript ... > Well, if you think about it, no one really talks about VBScript except in the context of "Classic" ASP, as VBScript has little business being on the client-side, except in rare occasions. I know that I have used the term "ASP" to mean "server-side VBScript" a million times, which is quite incorrect (ASP can be written in JScript, PerlScript, and any other language with the appropriate hooks). So, that might explain the latter oddity. I bet most of those hits for "ASP" are really talking about server-side VBScript. -- Matt Warden Miami University Oxford, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.