Files created with Active Server Pages have the extension .ASP. With ASP files, you can activate your Web site using any combination of HTML, scripting--such as JavaScript or Visual Basic® Scripting Edition (VBScript)--and components written in any language.

This means your ASP file is simply a file that can contain any combination of HTML, scripting, and calls to components. When you make a change on the ASP file on the server, you need only save the changes to the file—the next time the Web page is loaded, the script will automatically be compiled. How does this happen? It works because ASP technology is built directly into Microsoft Web servers, and is thus supported on all Microsoft Web servers: Windows NT Internet Information Server (IIS) 3.0, Windows NT Workstation, and Windows 95 Personal Web Server.

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