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URL: http://reusablecode.blogspot.com/2009/01/year-of-reusable-code.html

PHP's echo() function for ASP. Besides aliasing Response.Write, it also allows \n instead of vbCrLf.

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  9. sub echo(someText)
  10. Response.Write Replace(someText, "\n", vbCrLf)
  11. end sub
  12. %>

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