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Filling the Gaps

In this final part of ASP Form Handling series, the author discusses such topics as handling radio buttons and check boxes.


This month's article marks the end of our discussion of ASP Form Handling. Hopefully you have fully understood everything we have done thus far (and if you are new to this series, welcome aboard, check out the first article).

In this article, we are going to cover a number of miscellaneous topics related to all the techniques discussed in previous articles. Some of these topics come straight from questions I received via email (thanks readers) and include: handling radio buttons and check boxes, emailing attachments with CDONTS, sending HTML in an email message, and some ways of using the data stored in the registration database we created last month. Let's start on the next page by revisiting Form Handling techniques

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