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how to concat with multiple dots..

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Rajar AhmedFlag for India asked on
.NET ProgrammingASP.NETVisual Basic.NET
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i have a field testimonial in database, need to concat the total characters to some extent and then it should displays with ...(multiple dots)

Like this
Testimonial(in db )
Testimonials are in the form of letters and ad copy featured very commonly in the advertising of patent medicines in the 19th and 20th centuries. The pages of almanacs and other promotional literature filled up with multiple testimonials,some with accompanying photographs, that tell of the healing powers of the products in question. Dr. R. V. Pierce, marketer of Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, published

page should be displayed in this format....

Testimonials are in the form of letters and ad copy featured
 very commonly in the advertising........


While (dr.Read())
              <span><%=dr.Item("testimonial")%></span>
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