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Old July 18th, 2005, 08:16 PM
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It is way too much of a nightmare to have something convert for you. I am trying to do that now with someone else's work in asp. I am not too keen on vb and mainly code in C# so I took the start over approach. I cut and pasted any html code into my aps.net ide (VWD) and used code behind to write the C# version of the code as in asp all the code is on the same page. When I was done, it was alot easier to understand that the the asp version and ran better. When I tried to convert code by code it ran like crud, I couldn't easily tell what was happening and I still ended up with questions. One I am going to post here right when I am done with this. :)
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