Appendix A. VBScript Functions and Keywords
This appendix contains a complete reference of functions and keywords in VBScript 5.6. You will also find a list of the VB/VBA functions and keywords that are not supported in VBScript. Where appropriate, an alternative to an unsupported function or keyword is shown.
An operator acts on one or more operands when comparing, assigning, concatenating, calculating, and performing logical operations.
The assignment operator is simply used for assigning a value to a variable or property.
Set keyword for an explanation of how to reference and assign objects.
Assigns the result of an expression, the value of a constant, or the value of another variable to a variable or property
The arithmetic operators are all used to calculate a numeric value, and are normally used in conjunction with the assignment operator and/or one of the comparison operators; they are listed in order of operator precedence.
Raises a number to the power of an exponent.
Multiplies two numbers.