Ending the script execution by ResponseEnd

We can stop ASP script execution any time by using Response.End object. This object does not require buffer to be On. We can also use response.end with any logical requirements. Here is a simple example of response end.

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<% Option Explicit
Response.Buffer = false %>

<title>(Type a title for your page here)</title>
<body >


Response.Write("Message No :1 Before Flush <br>")
Response.Write("Message No :2 After Flush <br>")
Response.Write("Message No :3 After End, This line will not be executed <br>")



You can see the message no 1 and message no 2 only. After this script execution will be stopped and the outputs will be posted to browser so Message No 3 will not reach the browser

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