Calling a javascript, syntax problem.

Hi, I'm trying to open a new window injecting a javascript in my C# codebehind, actually I've managed to open the new window, but there seems to be a problem with the string that C# turns into JS, because the page is blank and gives me the error "Server error in application "/".

Here's the code, it should be simple to sort this out.
This is the C# code to create the JS string:
js = "<SCRIPT LANGUAGE=\"JavaScript\">\n";
js += "\"/stampe/frame.aspx?pfid=RULLS\", \"\", \"width=300, height=100\")";
js += "</script>";

This is the content of the js variable just before I pass it to Response.Write(js):
"<SCRIPT LANGUAGE=\"JavaScript\">\\"/stampe/frame.aspx?pfid=RULLS\", \"\", \"width=300, height=100\")</script>"

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Sudhindra A NCommented:
try with the below code....
js = "<SCRIPT LANGUAGE='JavaScript'>";
js += "'/stampe/frame.aspx?pfid=RULLS','','width=300, height=100');";
js += "</script>";

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Try below code:
js = "<SCRIPT LANGUAGE=\"JavaScript\">\n";
js += "\"stampe/frame.aspx?pfid=RULLS\", \"\", \"width=300, height=100\")";
js += "</script>";

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DuskDwellerAuthor Commented:
Thank you!
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