Sams Teach Yourself Vbscript in 21 Days

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Readers learn how to use VB Script to create living, interactive Web pages. This unique scripting language from Microsoft is taught with clarity and precision, providing the reader with the best and latest information on this popular language
  • Teaches advanced OLE object techniques
  • Explores VB Script's animation, interaction, and mathematical abilities
  • CD-ROM contains all the...
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Overview

Readers learn how to use VB Script to create living, interactive Web pages. This unique scripting language from Microsoft is taught with clarity and precision, providing the reader with the best and latest information on this popular language
  • Teaches advanced OLE object techniques
  • Explores VB Script's animation, interaction, and mathematical abilities
  • CD-ROM contains all the source code from the book and examples of third-party software
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575211206
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 7/25/1996
  • Series: Sams Teach Yourself Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 720
  • Product dimensions: 7.29 (w) x 9.06 (h) x 1.77 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Introducing VBScript and the World Wide Web 3
2 The Essence of VBScript 21
3 Extending the Power of Web Pages with VBScript 45
4 Creating Variables in VBScript 67
5 Putting Operators to Work in VBScript 111
6 Controlling the Flow of VBScript Code 147
7 Building a Home for Your Code 181
8 Intrinsic HTML Form Controls 213
9 More Intrinsic HTML Form Controls 251
10 An Introduction to Objects and ActiveX Controls 275
11 More ActiveX Controls 313
12 Advanced Objects: ActiveX, Java, and Active VRML 347
13 VBScript Standards and Conventions 369
14 Working with Documents and User Interface Functions 401
15 Extending Your Web Pages with Strings 435
16 Extending Your Web Pages with Dates and Advanced Math 461
17 Exterminating Bugs from Your Script 497
18 Advanced User Interface and Browser Object Techniques 545
19 Dynamic Page Flow and Server Submittal 571
20 Porting Between Visual Basic and VBScript 585
21 Security, Stability, and Distributed Source Control Issues 605
App. A VBScript Syntax Quick Reference 623
App. B: Information Resources 637
App. C: Answers to Quiz Questions 643
Index 663
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2000

    Great Intro to VBScript

    The book covered most areas of VBScript in an easy to understand manner, with many good examples. It is a good book for anyone who is new to VBScript. You will have a good understanding of VBScript when you are done, and will be able to write usable scripts. I recommend this book for the newcomer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2000

    GOOD..but...OUTDATED

    I have this book.... it was published it 1996. I hope they come out with a new edition soon. The overall content is helpful...especially for beginners..but definetly OUTDATED.

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