Even then I doubt it. The overhead involved in instantiating the object would probably act against any improvement in speed due to typing or whatever.<BR><BR>Remember that IIS keeps a cache of compiled ASP pages, so the pages aren't re-compiled every time they're run. The only benefit you'd see would be in typed variables, really.<BR><BR>Unless you vastly improved the code as you compiled.<BR><BR>Craig.
...convert it to ASP.NET. Put the bulk of the code into "code behind" and you can then just distribute the compiled DLL, if secrecy is the issue. (We will NOT talk about the various decompilers out there. We will not.)<BR><BR>But if better performance is your aim, this is certainly the way to go.<BR><BR>