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8/20/2008 1:03:00 AM
Active Server Pages 103
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ASP 103 covers Formatting Numbers, Math Functions, Generating Random Numbers, String Functions, The Response Object, Redirecting To a Different Page, Different Types of Form Fields

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Comment from Benjamin Berks @ 6/2/2010
For ASP103, video section 4 on response.redirect.

If I redirect to another website, does this simply respond with a command for the client browser to pull up the refering website?  Or does my server pull the refering website and serve it to the client?



Reply from Richard Rost:

If you use response.redirect you're basically telling the browser to go to another page. The other web site doesn't get pulled into YOUR server. Everything happens in the client's browser.
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Comment from Benjamin Berks @ 5/21/2010
From ASP103, Video #2:

Question:  Do the trig functions use degree # or radian #s?


Reply from Richard Rost:

Oooh... it's been a while since I've actually used any trig functions in any of my code. If memory serves, I think all of the ASP/VB functions use values in RADIANS. You can use the following to convert to degrees:

Dim PI
PI = 4 * ATN(1) ' 3.14159-ish
degrees = radians * 180 / PI

And to go the other way:

radians = degrees * PI / 180

Wow... it's all coming back to me now. :)
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