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I have this script:

if not rs.EOF then
      response.write " " & rs("pName")
      if SESSION("clientID")<>"" then response.write " (" & rs("pInStock") & ")"
end if

I need to modify it to show "In stock." if the value for & rs("pInStock") & is >0 and "Out of stock." if the value is <1.

I have am having a bit of trouble with this. Anyone want to try? Any help greatly appreciated.

Best regards,
Evert
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Question by:Evert Jor
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by:Qlemo
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if not rs.EOF then
      response.write " " & rs("pName") 
      if SESSION("clientID")<>"" then
        stock =  rs("pInStock")
        response.write " (" & stock & ") "
        if stock < 1 then
          respone.write "Out of stock"
        else
          response.write "In stock"
        end if
    end if
end if

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ID: 41855282
if not rs.EOF then
      response.write " " & rs("pName")
      InStock = "in Stock"
      If CInt( rs("pInStock")) < 1  then InStock = "out of stock"
      if SESSION("clientID")<>"" then response.write " (" & InStock & ")"
end if
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by:Evert Jor
ID: 41855349
This solution worked. The other one worked only partially.
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