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In Classic ASP, How do I display <br> ?

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Hello.
In Classic ASP coding, I used this coding below to display <br>
Description = replace(rs("Description"),chr(13) & chr(10),"<br>")

But here is the problem.
In this page there are many rs("Descriptoin") and since I replace the rs("Description") into Description, it's displaying same description in the page.

What do I have to do?
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by:Ashish Patel
ID: 20364019
Use this and let me know
Description = Replace(Replace(Replace(rs("Description"), vbCrLf,"<br>"), vbCr, "<br>"), vbLf, "<br>")
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by:Sven
ID: 20364077
If there is displaying the same description over an over again, are you sure you are calling rs.MoveNext ? Or am I totaly missunderstanding your question?
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by:erin027
ID: 20364079
Thank you asvforce.
But the problem didn't solve.
<br> works, but my problem was because of the replacement, recordset is showing same results.
Here is my coding.
Thank you.

<% if rs.BOF or rs.EOF then %>
<%else
Description = Replace(Replace(Replace(rs("Description"), vbCrLf,"<br>"), vbCr, "<br>"), vbLf, "<br>")
i=1
Do until rs.EOF
%>

<%=rs("title")%>
<%=description%>

<%
rs.MoveNext
i=i+1
loop
End if
%>
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Ashish Patel earned 500 total points
ID: 20364092
Do this
<% if rs.BOF or rs.EOF then %>
<%else
i=1
Do until rs.EOF
Description = Replace(Replace(Replace(rs("Description"), vbCrLf,"<br>"), vbCr, "<br>"), vbLf, "<br>")

%>

<%=rs("title")%>
<%=description%>

<%
rs.MoveNext
i=i+1
loop
End if
%>
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by:erin027
ID: 31411374
Thank you!
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by:Rajesh Dalmia
ID: 20364124
instead of storing value in variable and then print better u do this

instead of

<%Description = Replace(Replace(Replace(rs("Description"), vbCrLf,"<br>"), vbCr, "<br>"), vbLf, "<br>") %>
<%=description%>

do redirectly

<%=Replace(Replace(Replace(rs("Description"), vbCrLf,"<br>"), vbCr, "<br>"), vbLf, "<br>") %>

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