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Posted on 2001-06-08
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I have a string :

 This is a "PEN"

How do I assign that string in a ASP variable ?
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Question by:johnmemor
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by:mgfranz
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varStr = "THis is a ""PEN""
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by:ckaneta
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without quotes
  strvar="This is a PEN"
with quotes
  strvar="This is a ""PEN"""
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mgfranz earned 15 total points
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Oops, varStr = "This is a ""PEN"""

Your'e gunna get a bunch of replies...
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by:daniel_c
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Hohoho, another one here:

varStr = "This is a " & chr(34) & "PEN" & chr(34)
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by:RickHalle
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<%
Option Explicit
Dim varStr
varStr = "This is a ""PEN"""
%>

Rick
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