Unfortunately, there is little in the way of documentation on these alternative server-side scripting languages. While there are a vast number of ASP-related web sites, nearly all of them focus exclusively on VBScript. The vast majority of ASP-related books focus on VBScript as well. Despite this, there are some useful articles, tutorials, and sites that deal with these alternative scripting languages.
This tutorial is geared towards those who are more familiar with Perl than with ASP. Nevertheless, it is a very thorough tutorial on PerlScript and worth a read: http://www.fastnetltd.ndirect.co.uk/Perl/Articles/PSIntro.html.
Read a good tutorial discussing JScript in terms of objects at http://www.asptoday.com/articles/19990316.htm.
Learn how to incorporate both VBScript and JScript code in your ASP pages. This article, available at http://www.asptoday.com/articles/19990420.htm, even demonstrates how to call VBScript functions from JScript code and vice versa.
One of VBScript’s advantages is its many inherent formatting
functions, such as FormatCurrency,
FormatDateTime, and others. Mosey on over to
to see some JScript translations of some of the more common and
useful VBScript formatting functions.
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