...because performance of this stuff sucks, but if you *MUST* do it, look into the EXECUTE statement and the EVAL function in VBScript.<BR><BR>Really, you'd be a *lot* better off finding a way to avoid this. Really.<BR><BR>
The problem is that I do not know the name of the variable that I am trying to use. I know a portion of the variable name, I then concatenate it into a string with some other info to come up with the whole name.<BR><BR>Then I want to use the name that I "built" as a variable. I can't think of any other way to do it.
perhaps you can give us a better idea of the problem you're trying to solve (in more detail) and we can recommend an alternative solution?<BR><BR>Most problems like this can be solved with arrays, collections, or some other data structure without sacrificing readability.