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Using DatePart and other Date Functions
Understanding Includes
(Updated) Using Variables, Single & DoubleQuotes with SQL Statements in ASP
(Updated) Emailing Form Results
Mass Emailing with CDO
Using The Ad Rotator
ASCII Character Set 0-127
ASCII
ASCII Character Set 0 through 127

For the character you need, to use it in ASP, just surround the ascii number to the left of the symbol with parentheses and precede it with 'CHR'. For instance - to use double quotes (ascii character 34), you would refer to it in your ASP document as CHR(34).

0  32 [space] 64 @ 96 `
1  33 ! 65 A 97 a
2  34 " 66 B 98 b
3  35 # 67 C 99 c
4  36 $ 68 D 100 d
5  37 % 69 E 101 e
6  38 & 70 F 102 f
7  39 ' 71 G 103 g
8 * * 40 ( 72 H 104 h
9 [TAB] 41 ) 73 I 105 i
10 [Line Feed] 42 * 74 J 106 j
11  43 + 75 K 107 k
12  44 , 76 L 108 l
13 [CR] 45 - 77 M 109 m
14  46 . 78 N 110 n
15  47 / 79 O 111 o
16  48 0 80 P 112 p
17  49 1 81 Q 113 q
18  50 2 82 R 114 r
19  51 3 83 S 115 s
20  52 4 84 T 116 t
21  53 5 85 U 117 u
22  54 6 86 V 118 v
23  55 7 87 W 119 w
24  56 8 88 X 120 x
25  57 9 89 Y 121 y
26  58 : 90 Z 122 z
27  59 ; 91 [ 123 {
28  60 <</TD> 92 \ 124 |
29  61 = 93 ] 125 }
30  62 > 94 ^ 126 ~
31  63 ? 95 _ 127 

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