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I am born in Bangladesh and currently live in Melbourne, Australia. I am a Microsoft Certified Application Developer MCAD Chartered Member (C# .Net)and born in Bangladesh.
I am founder and Chief Executive Officer of
Simplexhub, a highly experienced software development company based in Melbourne Australia and Dhaka, Bangladesh. Co-founder and core developer of Pageflakes
Simplexhub, is on its mission to build a smart virtual community in Bangladesh and recently launched beta an ASP.NET MVC application written in C#.NET.

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Expression Syntax: (<)%$ ... %(>) <%$ ... %>New in 2.0
ASP.NET 2.0 adds a new declarative expression syntax for substituting values into a page before the page is parsed. This is useful for substituting connection string values or application settings defined in a Web.config file for server control property values. It can also be used to substitute values from a resource file for locaization.

Cannot put asp code as the site do not accept
I am substituting 
< as (<) 
> as (>)

Sorry for the inconvenience.

(<)asp:SqlDataSource ID="SqlDataSource1" ConnectionString='(<)%$ connectionStrings:Pubs %(>)' runat="server" SelectCommand="sp_GetAuthors" /(>)
(<)asp:Label ID="Label1" Text='(<)%$ Resources: ExchRate, ConvertLabel %(>)' runat="server"/(>)

Posted on Tuesday, November 8, 2005 1:07 AM | Back to top

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