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Hi, if I have a list of words (see below), how can I add them into an array in order and NO duplicate in ASP classic

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Hi, if I have a list of words (see below), how can I add them into an array in order and no duplicate?

abc
bbb
djs
opl
abc
knda
bbb
opl
vvv

thx
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See my previous post to a similar question you have already asked......

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/ASP/Q_20823431.html
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