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Question: How do you create a permanent cookie?

Answer: Setting a permanent cookie is similar to Session cookie, except give the cookie an expiration date too. It is very common that you don't specify any arbitrary expiration date, but instead expire the cookie relative to the current date, using the DateAdd() function.

Response.Cookies("Name") = "myCookie"
Response.Cookies("Name").Expires = DateAdd("m", 1, Now())



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Question: How do you create a permanent cookie?


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Setting a permanent cookie is similar to Session cookie, except give the cookie an expiration date too. It is very common that you don't specify any arbitrary expiration date, but instead expire the cookie relative to the current date, using the DateAdd() function.

Response.Cookies("Name") = "myCookie"
Response.Cookies("Name").Expires = DateAdd("m", 1, Now()) Source: CoolInterview.com


permanent cookies are available until a specified expiration date and are stored on the hard disk.so set 'expires' property any value greater than DateTime.MinVlue withrespect to the currect datetime.if u want the cookie which never expires set its expires property equal to DateTime.maxValue. Source: CoolInterview.com

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