The Buffer property specifies whether to buffer the output or not. When the output is buffered, the server will hold back the response to the browser until all of the server scripts have been processed, or until the script calls the Flush or End method.
Note: If this property is set, it should be before the <html> tag in the .asp file
|flag|| A boolean value that specifies whether to buffer the page
output or not.
False indicates no buffering. The server will send the output as it is processed. False is default for IIS version 4.0 (and earlier). Default for IIS version 5.0 (and later) is true.
True indicates buffering. The server will not send output until all of the scripts on the page have been processed, or until the Flush or End method has been called.
In this example, there will be no output sent to the browser before the loop is finished. If buffer was set to False, then it would write a line to the browser every time it went through the loop.