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The Polyglot Programmer: Reaping The Benefits Of Cobra

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Cobra, a descendant of Python, offers a combined dynamic and statically-typed programming model, built-in unit test facilities, scripting capabilities, and much more. Feel the power here.

Ted Neward

MSDN Magazine June 2009

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SharePoint 2010 Benefits for Developers

Software developers can use the SharePoint 2010 developer platform to build business collaboration applications for the enterprise and the Web, all with familiar tools and a rich set of interoperable, out-of-box features.

PHP Programmer new to ASP - Simple forms processing


I have created several forms in HTML for a project that is to be deployed to a SharePoint server. I need to create a few SIMPLE pages that will process the data from these forms and then redirect the client to another page.

As a test I hoped to create a simple script on the target page to print out the field names and contents

In PHP I would simply create a file containing the following:

foreach ( $_POST as $key => $value ) {
        print "$key = " . htmlspecialchars(urldecode($value)) . "<br />";
        if ( is_array($_POST[$key]) ) {
                foreach ( $_POST[$key] as $subKey => $subValue) {
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I had hoped I could do something as simple as the following on the SharePoint page, perhaps:

<script runat="ser
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