: > : > : These are both exactly the same. The <%= %> is
: > <% =%> and Response.Write() will give you the same performance. But
: > not what I said:
: Oh, I thought we were referring to performance. I wasn't actually
: syntax or order of the code.
We /were/ talking about performance - the difference between:
- or -
- and -
<% Response.Write("<td>" & strVar & "</td>") %>
The first two (in brackets), as you point out, are the same. They are both
different to the third...
*Both* the first two involve context switching. The third has *no* context
switching, but has VBScript string concantenation issues.