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Progress Bar ASP.NET VB

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Hey I have a code of ASP.NET VB Script.
I want to put a progress BAR, because I have users upload multiple file
I want put a progress bar for the user so he can see where his upload astands.
My code


<SCRIPT runat="server">
     Sub Button_Click( s as Object, e as EventArgs)

It's run at server
Please help ASAP

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