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Jul 29, 1999



Building the Right Environment to Support AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning

Put Your Debugging Statements in HTML Comments

Even with better tools, sometimes you still have to use the good old Response.Write to print out debug statements to your ASP. The downside to this technique is that you have to comment or uncomment these statements each time you switch back and forth from development and production mode. An elegant way of solving this problem is to write your debug messages in HTML comments, such as:

Response.Write "<!-- MyVar = " & MyVar & "-->"

This way, your debug statements will be in the Web page, yet your users won't see them.

William Wen
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