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at April 27, 2010 07:04 by emregulcan

Initial Code
Response.Buffer = True
Dim xml
Set xml = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")

twitter_username = "YOUR USERNAME"	'change to your twitter username
twitter_password = "YOUR PASSWORD"	'change to your twitter password

new_status = "YOUR STATUS"		'change to your new status

xml.Open "POST", "http://" & twitter_username & ":" & twitter_password & "" & server.URLencode(new_status), False
xml.setRequestHeader "Content-Type", "content=text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"

Response.Write xml.responseText		'view Twitter's response

Set xml = Nothing

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Initial Description
This script works good condition, and not use "oAuth".
Your should get username and password with cleartext (standart html controls) without authentication and just add them into variables in your code...
(twitter_username  and twitter_password)
And also get status from textbox and set variable named "new_status"

Initial Title
Set your Twitter status via API (without oAuth)

Initial Tags
ASP, api, twitter

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