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IF syntax within a procedure block

For users to log onto a site, I've been using:

IF IsNull(Session("username")) OR IsEmpty(Session("username")) THEN

to see if the var exists. Everything has gone fine, until I've split the code up into a couple of include files, so the IF statement is now in a procedure (I'm using the framework idea of CoverYourASP.com)

But it now says Error: Expected ';' and points to the beginning of IsNull.

Is there a different syntax when I want to use an IF within a procedure block? Cause I can't find anything to tell me where I'm going wrong.

Cheers, Chris

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  • Anjuna Moon 2Anjuna Moon 2 Posts: 2Member
    That would be a JavaScript error. You must have indicated JScript as the scripting-language. I can see no other reason for that error, since VBScript doesn't use semi-colons.

  • PieManPieMan Posts: 3Member
    [b][red]This message was edited by PieMan at 2002-9-23 11:11:20[/red][/b][hr]
    : That would be a JavaScript error. You must have indicated JScript as the scripting-language. I can see no other reason for that error, since VBScript doesn't use semi-colons.
    :
    Ok, cheers.

    I am now officially a newbie, with the superbly simple error to show it ;)
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