Implemented in version 5.0
The Eval function takes a single argument, evaluates it as a
VBScript expression, and returns the result of this evaluation.
If the expression is of the form a = b, it is treated as an equality
comparison. If the comparison is true, then True is returned. Otherwise,
False is returned.
There is a statement, Execute, which is similar in operation to the
Eval function. Execute differs in that it interprets a string
expression as one or a series of statments to be executed, and in
the fact that it does not return a value.
ThisVar = 5.556
AnotherVar = 5.556
<% =Eval("ThisVar = AnotherVar") %>
<% MyVar = Eval("CInt(12345.6789)") %>
<% =MyVar %>
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