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  • n. A dialect of JavaScript developed by Microsoft.

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Examples

  • WebBrowser control, saves it as a local HTML file, and then calls the JScript window. open () method to browses it in a new Internet Explorer browser.

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  • Yes, ECMAScript is standarized with dialects such as JScript, ActionScript and JavaScript. lol, another way of saying this is "ECMAScript is standarized, but no one respects it".

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  • Yes, ECMAScript is standarized with dialects such as JScript, ActionScript and JavaScript.

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  • Some even feel comfortable at writing more complex operations using some scripting engine such as JScript, WScript, CScript or VBScript.

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  • Controls are made up of script or HTML files, such as JScript files (. js), HTML Component files (. htc), cascading style sheet files (. css), Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) transform files (. xsl), and graphics files.

    MSDN Blogs

  • IE3: Hooray for JavaScript (at that time called JScript by Microsoft due to trademark issues), but apparently CSS support is only in its beginnings:

    Facebook's changing face over time

  • And JScript (TM) anywhere else, their proprietary version.

    Ray Ozzie’s clipboard for the web « Scripting News Annex

  • The DOM accessed with a client-side scripting language, especially ECMAScript implementations such as JavaScript and JScript, to dynamically display and interact with the information presented.

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  • IE ships with two: JScript, Microsoft's implementation of JavaScript/ECMAScript, and VBScript, based on the syntax of Visual Basic.

    IE scripting engines - Anil Dash

  • I hear you say, "We could use JScript in Classic ASP on the server almost a decade ago!"

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