Don't worry about it mate.
A programmer is only as good as the resources at his/her disposal.
Keep it up!
"Luis" <andyzawebmail.co.za> wrote in message
news:69476b6f.0308210254.2da4d874posting.google.c om...> Apologies if this question is off-topic for this group.
> During the course of developing my asp pages I often have to look up
> how to do certain things and do a bit of research in my books or this
> amazing forum. Does this mean that I'm a "bad" programmer?
> Should I "know" how to do almost everything, or do the pro's still
> have to refer to their "sources" when they need to do something that
> they haven't done very often before?
> I understand that every asp programmer should (I hope!) know the
> basics, such as what a response.redirect is and when to use it, but
> what about the more advanced stuff?
> I recently spent a bit of time looking up how to correctly loop
> through a recordset (show 10 records on a page and have a 'Next' and
> 'Back' button at the bottom of the page).
> Am I good or am I bad?