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Help with ASP and response.write

Discussion in 'C#' started by StealthRT, Mar 17, 2006.

  1. #1
    I need help trying to get the following code correctly syntaxes:
    
    <%
    
    Response.write "<td><div align=""center""><input name=Icecream type=submit value=""Get This"" onclick="session(""IsPrize"") = ""YES"";document.getElementById('txtTemp').value='Hash.Browns';document.getElementById('txtTemp2').value='100';SetDis();></div></td>" & vbcrlf
    
    %>
    
    Code (markup):
    And i have also tryed the following code:
    
    <%
    
    Response.write "<td><div align=""center""><input name=Icecream type=submit value=""Get This"" onclick=session(""IsPrize"") = ""YES""""; document.getElementById('txtTemp').value='Cole.Slaw';document.getElementById('txtTemp2').value='100';SetDis();></div></td>" & vbcrlf
    
    %>
    
    Code (markup):
    For some reason the error accurse at the session call for the frist one and it has no errors until i click the button on the second code. I’m sure I do not have the syntax correct so if someone could lend a hand then that would be great. I can not seem to get the session("isPrize") = "YES" working.

    thanks,
    David
    SEMrush
     
    StealthRT, Mar 17, 2006 IP
    SEMrush
  2. jaymcc

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    Hi, try this...

    
    <%
    
    Response.write "<td><div align=""center""><input name=Icecream type=submit value=""Get This"" onclick="session(""IsPrize"") = ""YES"";document.getElementById('txtTemp').value='Hash.Browns';document.getElementById('txtTemp2').value='100';SetDis();"></div></td>" & vbcrlf
    
    %>
    
    Code (markup):
    I think you're only missing one "

    Jay
     
    jaymcc, Mar 18, 2006 IP
  3. iShopHQ

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    response.write("<td>")
    response.write("<div align=""center"">")
    response.write("<input name=Icecream type=submit value=""Get This"" onclick="""&session("IsPrize") = "YES"""&";document.getElementById('txtTemp').value='Hash.Browns';document.getElementById('txtTemp2').value='100';SetDis();"">")
    response.write("</div>")
    response.write("</td>")
    
    Code (markup):
     
    iShopHQ, Mar 19, 2006 IP
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    Why do you need all the response .write? I usually use clean html and where really necessary asp or vb.
     
    alstefani, Apr 6, 2006 IP
  5. vectorgraphx

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    i have to agree with alstefani, i usually escape my script to pure html for multiple lines of code. however, if you're going to do it through response writes, i'd follow ishophq's example, with one minor modification.

    
    response.write("<td>") & vbcrlf
    response.write("<div align=""center"">") & vbcrlf
    response.write("<input name=Icecream type=submit value=""Get This"" onclick="""&session("IsPrize") = "YES"""&";document.getElementById('txtTemp').value='Hash.Browns';document.getElementById('txtTemp2').value='100';SetDis();"">") & vbcrlf
    response.write("</div>") & vbcrlf
    response.write("</td>") & vbcrlf
    
    Code (markup):
    adding the "& vbcrlf" (Visual basic line feed) at the end of each of your response writes will create much cleaner parsed code - and make it MUCH easier to debug.
     
    vectorgraphx, Apr 7, 2006 IP