[thelist] ASP reference online?

Ken Schaefer ken.schaefer at gmail.com
Wed Jul 20 19:00:03 CDT 2005

ASP is an environment. It supports writing pages in any language for
which there is a compatible script intepretor. Out of the box, ASP
supports VBScript and JScript, and there are also PerlScript and Rexx
intepretors available. So, basically, you can write your ASP pages in
a number of different languages. Recently the issue of whether "ASP"
supports short-circuiting was canvassed on the list, and depending on
whether you use VBScript or JScript, you could get short-circuit

There are downloadable references for VBScript and JScript on the MS
website. If you want a reference for instrinsic ASP objects (Response,
Request etc). you can find that here:


On 7/21/05, Tom Dell'Aringa <pixelmech at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- Jeremy Weiss <jweiss at cox-internet.com> wrote:
> > http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/script56/html/vtoriVBScript.asp
> Thanks, that seems to be the same thing as the download Jason suggested. So, I've always been
> confused by this but VBScript and ASP - they are the same thing just on different sides of the
> coin or what?
> Thanks
> Tom
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