If I understand you correctly you just have to do this:<BR>suppose rs("input_line") = <input type="txt" name="txt"><BR>you just have to put inside your html <%=rs("input_line")%>.<BR>If you want to use Response.Write you have to remove all the ", or make them double.
If you wanted to display exactly what you have writen to show in the browser <BR> window you would have to have the following in your database field..... <BR><BR> &lt;input type="text" name="txt" &gt;<BR><BR>Or you could use a replace statement when extracting the info from the database <BR> ... see below.<BR><BR> Note that by putting < or > will cause the browser to try to interperet this <BR> as HTML. <BR><BR> Where as putting &lt; will display < <BR> and Putting &gt; will display ><BR><BR> I am assuming that you wish to copy and paste this output. <BR> You can also use a replace function as follows: <BR> YourString = replace(Yourstring,"<","&lt;") <BR> Yourstring = replace(Yourstring,">","&gt;") <BR><BR> This would automatically convert all of the bigger than / smaller than signs <BR> to a displayable format. <BR><BR>Hope this is what you were after.