Referencing C# Variables Inside HTML Elements?

Mar 14, 2010

I want to reference a variable inside an html element without having to use an asp lable. for example at the start of the page I grab the current year and then inside a paragraph html tag I want to output this. I have tried using <%# year%> and <%=year%> but I get an error. Here is the code


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