While writing your new post to your blog, you need to highlight a piece of source code. Now, what? Here is a list of 10 online services which could save you.
ToHtml.com by Oleg Parashchenko
The most "usable" online code highlighter service, supports a LOT of different languages including SQL, scripts, ancient language (*asm) and newest (.NET)
Quick HighLighter by Veign
A very easy to use website, supports a lot of languages, including PHP, ASP, VB.NET, C#, Ruby and "robots.txt" <--LOL
CodeColor by Asp.NET Resources
It has not many languages to work with and I don't like the idea to have a popoup window with the final highlighted...
Running custom VbScript code from asp
I was in the need to run some custom VbScript code from an asp page, so I went through the problem and found a very simple solution.
A common solution is to use the Microsoft ScriptControl.
Here is a very simple example running a piece of code stored in a text file.
dim sFile : sFile = ""
sFile = LoadFile("MyCustomScript.txt")
if len(sFile) > 0 then
Response.Write "The result is: " & ExecScript(sFile)
'Create the Script Control object
set sc = server.CreateObject("scriptcontrol")
sc.Language = "VBSCRIPT"
sc.UseSafeSubset = false
'add the custom script to...