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VBScript, like JavaScript (Jscript) is an ActiveX-enabled scripting language that connects to scripting hosts such as Internet Explorer and performs functions locally using the Windows Script Host (WSH). As a general rule, scripting languages are coded faster and simpler than in the compiled languages of C and C++. VBScript is structured and used with smaller programs with limited capability.

Course Contents: 

A Quick Introduction to Programming.
What VBScript Is—and Isn’t!
Data Types.
Variables and Procedures.
Control of Flow.
Error Handling and Debugging.
The Scripting Runtime Objects.
Classes in VBScript (Writing Your Own COM Objects).
Regular Expressions.
Client-Side Web Scripting.
Super-Charged Client-Side Scripting.
Windows Script Host.
Windows Script Components.
Script Encoding.
Remote Scripting.
HTML Applications.
Server-Side Web Scripting.
Adding VBScript to Your VB Applications

Materials Available: 
24 hours
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