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Default VBScript for Client-side controls in ASP.net

An old VB.net book (2001) showed an ASP.net program with a Server-side and a Client-sdie text boxes and buttons. I have experienced some problems with these client-side VBScript codings.

Isn't that ASP.net does not need scrip programs any more? How about the client=side scripping?

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I don't think you will ever get away from Client side scripting as it is used in abundance today (AJAX for example).

Server side buttons and textboxes are, plainly, textbox's and buttons that have a runat=server attribute added to them and you are able to access their properties in code. For example you could do this:

string sValue = textBox1.text;

Which would get you the value of the Server Side text box. The client side you would still have to request the Classic ASP way: Request.Form("textBox2")

Lastly, I am not sure what you mean by client-side VBScript codings, would you care to elaborate?

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