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  October 2009 - ASP Classic Edition Year 11 Issue 10  
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Windows 7 topic:
Windows 7 Pricing Announced
by Mike Prestwood

The Windows 7 Home, Professional, and Ultimate editions will retail at a lower price than Vista. The upgrade pricing is available for XP and Vista users but XP users will have to perform a clean install. Gone is the Business edition. It's now back to it's pre-Vista Professional name.

Windows 7 Pricing:

  • Home Premium New User: $199.99, Upgrade: $119.99
  • Professional New User: $299.99, Upgrade: $199.99
  • Ultimate New User: $319.99, Upgrade: $219.99
Historical Archive topic (classic post):
Prestwood 8421 Office Tour
by Mike Prestwood

Picture tour of the Prestwood offices at 8421 Auburn Blvd, Suite 256 (Auburn Oaks Plaza business complex).


Help Wanted! topic:
Contribute To The Prestwood Community
by Mike Prestwood
We are always looking for talented developers to participate in our message boards, post articles, etc.





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Language Basics topic (classic post):
Send email with ASPMail
by Mike Prestwood

How to use ASPMail to send email from your web site.


OOP topic (classic post):
ASP Classic Member Visibility (Private, Public)
by Mike Prestwood

The member visibility modifiers are Private and Public. If not specified, the default is Public. Private and Public have the usual meaning. Private members are visible only within the class block. Public members are visible within the class and outside of the class.


 Monthly ASP Classic Lesson
OOP Topic:
Code Snippet of the Month

ASP classic uses the keywords sub and function. A sub does not return a value and a function does. Many programmers like to use the optional call keyword when calling a sub to indicate the call is to a procedure.

'Declare class.
Class Cyborg
  Public Function IntroduceYourself() 
    Response.Write("Hi, I do not have a name yet.") 
  End Function 
End Class
 
'Create object from class.
Set T1 = new Cyborg
T1.IntroduceYourself() 
Tool Basics Topic:
Question: Can you edit Access and MS SQL Server views?

Answer:

Although this question really depends on the provider, in general, the answer is no to MS Access views and yes to MS SQL Server views so long as you open the RecordSet editable.

ASP Classic Topic:
Tip of the Month

When naming constants, Microsoft suggests you prefix each constant with "con" as in conYourConstant. Although, they also say the older all caps with words separated by an underscore is still acceptable (i.e. YOUR_CONSTANT).

Because I code in multiple languages and I really don't like all caps with underscores, I've adopted a lowercase k in place of con as in kFeetToMeter.



Editor's Final Word
Crash programs fail because they are based on the theory that, with nine women pregnant, you can get a baby a month.


Wernher von Braun

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