JScript

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JScript

Microsoft's implementation of JavaScript. It is similar to JavaScript, but has extensions specifically for the Windows environment. Internet Explorer natively supports JScript and VBScript, and both scripting languages have their strengths and weaknesses for Web page programming. JScript is also used in Active Server Pages (ASPs). See ASP, JavaScript and VBScript.
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Tamarin implements the ECMAScript standard used by languages such as JavaScript, Adobe ActionScript, and Microsoft JScript, the primary languages developers use for building rich Internet applications.
Its mission is to expand the number of Web server applications and Web client applications that can host Active Scripting engines such as Microsoft VBScript, Microsoft JScript, and Active State's PerlScript.
MS06-023 -- Vulnerability in Microsoft JScript Could Allow Remote Code Execution
Macromedia (Nasdaq:MACR) today announced that it has formally applied for membership in Ecma International, an industry association dedicated to the standardization of information and communication technology, which developed and maintains the key standard ECMAScript (ECMA-262 and ISO/IEC 16262) -- widely known through implementations such as Netscape JavaScript, Microsoft JScript, and Macromedia ActionScript.
Salvo supports Microsoft Internet Server API (ISAPI) and Netscape Server API (NSAPI) allowing the inclusion of high levels of security, and supports Microsoft Jscript and VBScript in addition to REXX for scripting languages.

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