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ASP Programming and Variable Declaration
« on: Jan 8th, 2008, 9:37am »
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Active Server Pages (ASP) is a programming platform to create dynamic web pages with server-side scripting technique. ASP is object oriented in nature; each object used in asp development corresponds to a group of frequently-used functionality useful for creating dynamic web pages. Since ASP is object oriented, programmers can easily work with this programming platform and create authentic programs within short span. This holds the popularity of ASP among programmers.  
 
In ASP programming, use of variables is very simple. Variables used in ASP are called Variants. Declaring ASP variables is an easy task; it needs no special declaration as variables, strings or integers. Any script in the ASP file can access and alter a variable declared outside a procedure. The variables declared inside a procedure will be created and destroyed every time when the procedure is executed. If the programmer wants to make a variable accessible to more than one ASP file he can do the process in two ways; he can either declare it as a session variable or an application variable. Session variable generally stores the details of an individual user and application variable stores the data of all users in a specific application. When a programmer declares the variable as a session variable or an application variable, the variable is made available to all pages in one application.  
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