VBScript Summary

Whoohoo! You've finished!

To recap, we started off learning that VBScript is a scaled down version of VB, and that it can run on the server or on the client-side. We also learned that VB stands for Visual Basic. We had a look at some VBScript editors, and learned that we can simply use text editor if required.

We created some VBScript variables and arrays. We discovered the built-in date() method, before diving into If statements, Select Case statements, and Loops.

Then, we looked at the VBScript operators before finishing off writing and calling our own function.

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