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VBScript

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VBScript

(Visual Basic SCRIPT) A scripting language from Microsoft. A subset of Visual Basic, VBScript is widely used on the Web for both client processing within a Web page and server-side processing in Active Server Pages (ASPs). As an ActiveX scripting language, VBScript is also used with the Windows Script Host (WSH) to perform functions locally on a Windows machine. See JScript and ASP.
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