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Vbscript in a Nutshell 1ST Editionby Matt Childs
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Synopses & Reviews
Microsoft's Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript), a subset of Visual Basic for Applications, is a powerful language for Internet application development, where it can serve as a scripting language for server-side Internet applications (i.e., Active Server Pages), and client-side web pages. It can also be used for system scripting (i.e., Windows Script Host scripts) and programming Outlook forms.The greater part of this book is an alphabetical VBScript language reference to all VBScript statements, keywords and objects, emphasizing the following details:
Book News Annotation:
This reference book first examines how VBScript is used in active server pages, Windows script host, Outlook forms programming and client-side scripting for Internet Explorer, then documents VBScript statements and functions as well as Scripting Runtime object models.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Whether the VBScript programmer is creating client-side scripts, ASP applications, VSH scripts, or programmable Outlook forms, this easy-to-use language reference is the one book that can meet all needs. Instead of rehashing Visual Basic, this guide focuses on VBScript itself--the variables, data types, functions, and components.
About the Author
Childs is Vice President with Integrity Solutions, Inc., one of Alaska's leading custom software development companies. He is also a fiction writer and a freelance journalist.
Lomax is a technical director of Mentorweb. He is the driving force behind ShopAssistant and has been a programmer for over 12 years.
Ron Petrusha has more than 30 years of experience in computer programming and technology publishing. He has written numerous bestselling programming references on Visual Basic .NET, VBScript, and other topics
Table of Contents
Preface The Basics Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Program Structure Chapter 3: Data Types and Variables Chapter 4: Error Handling and Debugging Chapter 5: VBScript with Active Server Pages Chapter 6: Programming Outlook Forms Chapter 7: Windows Script Host Chapter 8: VBScript with Internet Explorer Reference Appendixes Language Elements by Category VBScript Constants Operators Colophon
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