The WScript object represents the Windows Script Host applications (Wscript.exe and Cscript.exe). This object contains a number of properties and methods, but the one you’ll use most often is the Echo method, which displays text to the user. Here’s the syntax:
WScript.Echo [Argument1, Argument2,...]
Here, Argument1, Argument2, and so on, are any number of text or numeric values that represent the information you want to display to the user. In the Windows-based host (Wscript.exe), the information is displayed in a dialog box; in the command-line host (Cscript.exe), the information is displayed at the command prompt (much like the command-line ECHO utility).
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