Chapter 9. Creating Your Own Scriptable Objects


  • Creating your own objects makes it easier to reuse already-debugged code later.

  • You can also create objects to present your own simplified interfaces to complex Windows management tools.

  • You can easily create your objects using VBScript or JScript in Windows Script Component (WSC) files.

  • WSC files use XML formatting to define both the object's interface and its script implementation.

Why Create Your Own Objects?

We've spent the last six chapters discussing just a few of the scriptable objects provided with Windows XP. Now, in this chapter, I'll show you how to create objects of your own.

Why would you want to do this? Well, remember what objects are about: They do a particular job while hiding ...

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