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.
If you liked coding in VBScript and would like to use it as a server-side language to build dynamic websites, you may also be interested in our SQL Tutorial, covering database programming. You might also like to check out our ColdFusion Tutorial. ColdFusion is another server-side language that is well suited to web development.