This section serves as a general introduction to VBScript, the scripting language that is commonly used in Active Server Pages, Outlook Forms, Windows Script Host scripts, and client-side scripts for Internet Explorer. Taken together, these chapters form an extremely fast-paced introduction to the most critical VBScript programming topics. If you’re an experienced programmer learning VBScript as a second (or additional) programming or scripting language, this material should help to familiarize you with VBScript in as short a time as possible.
In addition to its role as a tutorial, Chapter 3 is an essential reference to the data subtypes supported by VBScript.
Part I consists of the following chapters: