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how to add double quotes to a variable?

Posted on 2006-11-15
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Greeting,

I have a varible named MyBuilding in my asp. I want to add double quotes to it. That is, if the MyBuilding is 1111, I want to have "1111" not "MyBuilding".

Thanks in advance.

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Question by:mrong
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YOu mean like this?
<%
myString = """1111"""
Response.Write myString
%>
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Dim MyBuilding
MyBuilding = """" & MyBuilding & """"
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