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Re: JScript and VBScript

From: "Bob Barrows [MVP]" <reb01501@-------.------->
To: NULL
Date: 6/1/2005 11:30:00 AM
joe wrote:
> Lately I've been surfing the MS knowledge pages to find XML related
> stuff, and I've noticed that (of the two primary scripting languages
> used with ASP) Jscript has way much more prominence that VBscript in
> the examples given. Acutally, most of what I found was Jscript, C++
> and Visual Basic.
>
> Is MS pushing JScript as a preferred scripting language for their
> present and future technologies? Not that I care, I like JScript.
> Just trying to see where things are heading...

IE is the only browser that will run vbscript in client-side code ... If you
want cross-browser capabilities, you need to use javascript/jscript when
writing client-side code.

Bob Barrows

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