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I have an asp code which internally makes use of VB script. Now using this code I have some output being displayed on a window. My requirement is to make this text visible as a hyperlink so that if some one clicks on the link it has to open corresponding file. For instance, my displayed text could be www.something.com and I need to show this as a hyperlink so that if some one cliks on this it takes me to something.com

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Tchalkov earned 7 total points
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try this:

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<HTML>
<BODY>
<A  HREF = <% Response.Write("http://www.something.com")%> > 
<% Response.Write("www.something.com")%> </A>
</BODY>
</HTML>

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