Response.Write optimization

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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Response.Write optimization

    Hello, <BR><BR>I have an ASP page with a lot of Response.Write (now there is about 400 of &#039;em... but maybe 5000 in a near future). However, it is very slow, and I don&#039;t know how I could optimize this... I tried to put Response.Flush after each Response.Write but it&#039;s still slow.<BR><BR>any tips ? <BR><BR>Thanks in advance !

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Tip: Break out of the code

    &#060;%asp asp asp %&#062; &#060;---break out here<BR>This is text that will hit the browser<BR><BR><BR><BR>5000 Response.Write lines are way too much. I&#039;d almost argue that your page has too much info as well.

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