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Language: Active Server Pages (ASP)
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 8, 1999

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Is There a GoTo Statement in ASP?

Question:

Is GoTo a valid Statement in ASP?

I need to do something like this:


If x=y then
  Goto THERE
end if

THERE:
 bla
 bla
 bla

Answer:

There is no GoTo statement in ASP. You shouldn't use a GoTo statement in your code, it leads to very messy spaghetti code.

Instead, place your code in a subroutine and call it:


if x = y then
   call MyRoutine arg1, arg2 ...
end if
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