Client side clock using server side controls

Is it possible to create a client side clock using a server side control (label or textbox) in C# without accessing JavaScript?  If so, how?
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Denver
2/22/2006 3:17:21 AM
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In principal it is possible, it depends how often you need to reload this clock ... if every second than:

1. It is no sens to do I mean

2. You need than to make setTimeout client script, to refresh page every second

With FastPage it seems more real task ...

http://fastpage.more.at

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TJmaster
2/22/2006 2:19:34 PM
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