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Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition allows programs to run from within HTML pages that are displayed by VBScript-aware browsers. Learn Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition Now begins by teaching you the fundamentals - such as the scripting environment, syntax, and event-driven programming basics. Then you'll learn to perform such functions as debugging and error trapping, the Microsoft Internet Explorer object model, and Dynamic HTML. The book also covers: scriptlets, ...

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Overview

Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition allows programs to run from within HTML pages that are displayed by VBScript-aware browsers. Learn Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition Now begins by teaching you the fundamentals - such as the scripting environment, syntax, and event-driven programming basics. Then you'll learn to perform such functions as debugging and error trapping, the Microsoft Internet Explorer object model, and Dynamic HTML. The book also covers: scriptlets, using ActiveX controls, and security.

With this guide, users now have a road map to scripting rich application features into HTML Web pages, creating Internet and Intranet applications, and automated, customized applications. Written by an experienced Visual Basic, C++, and Java author, the book is filled with sample code--essential for a new scripting language.

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An introduction to using VBScript for Web page applications. Covers programming, testing, debugging, Dynamic HTML, and the new technology known as Scriptlets. The CD-ROM contains an online version of the book; sample files; the Microsoft programs Internet Explorer version 4, Active-X Control Pad, Script Debugger, Visual Basic Control Creation Edition, and Internet Client SDK; and VBScript documentation. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572313477
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 12/3/1997
  • Series: Microsoft Programming Titles
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Pages: 350
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.23 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Ch. 1 A Little History 3
Ch. 2 HTML and VBScript 19
Ch. 3 Fundamentals of VBScript Programming 61
Ch. 4 Controlling Program Flow 97
Ch. 5 Functions and Arrays 131
Ch. 6 Writing Your Own Functions and Subprocedures 171
Ch. 7 Testing, Debugging, and Error Trapping 201
Ch. 8 The Internet Explorer Object Model 229
Ch. 9 Introduction to Dynamic HTML 267
App A VBScript Versus Visual Basic 299
App B Reserved Words 303
App C FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) 307
Index 313
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