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VBScript: Programmer's Reference
by Adrian Kingsley-Hughes (Contributor), Susanne Clark (Contributor), Antonio De Donatis (Contributor), Brian Francis (Contributor), Kathie Kingsley-Hughes (Contributor), Brian Matsik (Contributor), Erick Nelson (Contributor), Piotr Prussak (Contributor), Dan Read (Contributor), Carsten Thomsen (Contributor), Stuart Updegrave (Contributor), Paul Wilton (Contributor)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764559931, Paperback)What is this book about?
The VBScript standard has changed over time, and several new things have been introduced since this book first published in 1999. The current standard for VBScript is 5.6. The script debugger, script control, and script encoder have all changed and the Windows Script Component Wizard, regular expressions, and remote scripting have been introduced. Windows Script Host technology has also matured over time and gained in both effectiveness and popularity.
VBScript Programmer's Reference, 2nd Edition begins with discussion of the general syntax, functions, keywords, style, error handling, and similar language-specific topics and then moves into an expanded reference section covering the object models in detail. The book combines a comprehensive overview of the VBScript technology and associated technologies with practical examples at every stage from beginner to advanced user.
Specific topics include the following:Variables and Data TypesProceduresError Handling and DebuggingWindows Script ComponentsScript EncodingRemote ScriptingData ObjectsCoding Conventions
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:39:40 -0400)
Revised for the first time in four years, this definitive reference is for anyone who works with VBScript. It includes coverage of the new VBScript features such as remote scripting.
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