VB and Wscript

Posted by: nueone00

VB and Wscript - 09/15/02 08:35 AM

I got a question, I've never used visual basic and I want to. I just started using WScript for the first time today. Are they at all alike, and if they are, in what ways? Of what I've read about both I think they sound similar, but I wanted to get opinions from you all.
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Posted by: SilentRage

Re: VB and Wscript - 09/15/02 11:12 AM

WScript is also called VBScript. Visual Basic and VBScript are very very similar. They are actually identical in syntax and structure. The main difference is that VBScript does not have as many features as Visual Basic, and some objects in VBScript aren't necessary in Visual Basic. So, unless you hit those exceptions, Visual Basic code would work in VBScript and visa-versa.
Posted by: nueone00

Re: VB and Wscript - 09/15/02 02:49 PM

thnx for the answer
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