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Building a Counter Using JScript.Net

.Net includes several libraries that let us create images on the fly. In this article Michael shows us how to create a dynamic image-based counter with JScript.Net.

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July 12, 2002
  1. · Building a Counter Using JScript.Net
  2. · How Should the Counter Work?
  3. · The JScript.Net Code
  4. · Conclusion

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The Microsoft .NET Framework offers dozens of built-in objects and classes. In this article we will take a look at a small application running on ASP.NET that creates a graphical counter for your web page.

To understand this article, you are required to have some previous knowledge of JScript.NET, ASP.NET, and, of course, HTML. To try the examples shown in this article for yourself, you will need the .NET Framework and IIS 5 or higher installed on Windows NT/2000/XP server.
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