Command <%...%> code section Foundation
Defines a code section
<% ... %> or <% ... %>
A <CXP/> file normally contains HTML tags, just like an HTML file. However, a <CXP/> file can also contain code sections surrounded by the tags <% and %>. These code sections are executed on the server and can be made up of any expression, statement, procedure, or class valid in the Xbase++ language.
Inside a code section, the ? command is used to write to the current output section. The following example writes the string "Hello World" into the body element of the document.
The command ? internally uses the method ::HttpResponse:WriteStr(), which performs HTML-encoding and appends a CRLF-pair to the string. Data without a line break can be output using the command ??, which uses the ::HttpResponse:Write() method instead. To output the data as-is, without any encoding or line breaks, the method ::HttpResponse:WriteRaw() must be called directly.
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