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<%Response.Buffer = False%>  in ASP/Javascript

Posted on 2012-04-10
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What would the syntax be for a classic ASP/Javascript page to set the buffer off.
This is what i have for ASP/VB script page:  <%Response.Buffer = False%>
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Answered my own questions by testing

<%response.Buffer=false%>
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