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JScript

JScript 10.0 is a modern scripting language with a wide variety of applications. It is a true object-oriented language, and yet it still keeps its "scripting" feel. JScript 10.0 maintains full backwards compatibility with previous versions of JScript, while incorporating great new features and providing access to the common language runtime and .NET Framework.

The following table shows the versions of JScript and JScript .NET that are supported in different versions of Visual Studio.

Language

Visual Studio 2012

Visual Studio 2010

Visual Studio 2008

Visual Studio 2005

JScript .NET

Not supported

Not supported

Not supported

Supported

JScript

Yes, in web projects

Yes, in web projects

Yes, in web projects

Yes, in web projects

The following topics introduce the essential features of JScript 10.0 and provide information about how to use the language. As with any modern programming language, JScript supports a number of common programming constructs and language elements.

Getting Started with JScript

Introduces what is new in JScript 10.0.

Writing, Compiling, and Debugging JScript Code

Provides a collection of links to topics that explain how to write, edit, and debug code with JScript 10.0.

Displaying Information with JScript

Includes a list of links to topics that explain how to display information from a command program, from ASP.NET, and in a browser.

Introduction to Regular Expressions

Comprises a guide to the elements and procedures that encompass Regular Expressions in JScript 10.0. Topics explain the concept of Regular Expressions, proper syntax, and appropriate use.

JScript Reference

Lists elements that comprise JScript Language Reference and links to topics that explain the details behind the proper use of language elements.

Devenv Command Line Switches

Lists language reference topics that explain how to launch Visual Studio and how to build from the command prompt.

Visual Studio Commands and Switches

Lists language reference topics that explain how to use commands to interact with the IDE from the Command Window and Find/Command box.

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