These sections explain advanced JScript functionality, such as recursion, arrays, troubleshooting, and so on.
Explains how to use constructors to instantiate and initialize a particular type of object.
Explains how JScript uses recursion and looping.
Describes the distinction between global and local scopes.
Explains the concept of passing by value or by reference.
Describes the concept of arrays in JScript.
Lists the characters that allow you to include in strings characters you cannot type directly.
Explains how to find common script errors.
Describes the statements that JScript uses compile depending on specific conditions.
Lists the variables that are available for conditional compilation.
Provides information about how to use VBScript and includes a guide to regular expressions.
Explains the elements that comprise the VBScript language.