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Function-call in Response.Write

I work with .Net c#
I like to show in the left side of a frame little images. If the user click
on a image, the big one should be shown in the right frame.
It works fine with the following code
=============== =============
Response.Write( "<a href=ImageCH/BERN/Gr/Gr1.jpg target=main><im g
=============== =============
But, is it also possible to call a function so I can also write texts and
doing some other thins in that main-page with the big picture?
Something like
=============== ===============
Response.Write( "<a onClick=ShowIma ge(MyPath) target=main><im g
=============== ===============

Many thanks for answering
Greetings Patrick Marti
Jul 21 '05 #1
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