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|Printing the <channel>|
The moment I get close to being able to write the tag <channel> in asp it goes very wrong
is there some issue with the word channel?
Ok it looks like channel is a reserved word. So how do i go about using reserved words?
I'm pretty sure that channel isn't a reserved word. Is there a reason you are priting it out like that?
By using the Response.Write method, you are just sending the text to be outputted as HTML. ASP shouldn't care at all what's between your quotes, as long as it's syntactically correct.
thanks for your responses
First off I tried to print
so i assumed wrongly that the < was the problem. Afet rmuch messing arounf I found it was not, I can writre everything as long as the word does not read channel
If it is not a reserved word, whatis going on
This works fine:
this may help you: [w3.org...]
Seems like channel is indeed a reserved word
anyone got any ideas as to how to print this word on the screen without breaking the script?
Try this: response.Write("<channel>")
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