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Hi,

i have a question can i use a doevents in asp.i am trying
to use it but i am getting type mismath error.please
some can help me.

Thanks
abhi
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No you can't use that in ASP.  It would not really make sense to use a DoEvents since in an ASP page, since you should be wanting best possible performance of the page.

If you have some very intensive code, you might want to look into making an activex component with VB (or C) to install on the server itself.  In the code of that component, you can put your DoEvents.
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Thanks Moondancer.
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What is the actual requirement for using doEvents in ASP.anyway u cannot use it.
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