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After you've created some useful functions, you can save them into a script library That's nothing any fancier than a collection of useful scriptlets, which you can reuse in various scripts that you write For example, you might pull out all of the functions and subroutines from the logon script you wrote, saving them into a separate file That'll make it easier to reuse those useful bits of code later in the future By carefully modularizing your code, you'll quickly build a library of useful scripts, making it easier to write new scripts in the future < Day Day Up >
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In this chapter, I tried to provide you with a look at how I go about designing and writing scripts I don't just sit down and start typing; instead, I create a list of tasks I want the script to accomplish, and then I try to do some research and find out exactly how to perform each of those tasks in a script The VBScript documentation, Google, and other Web resources are useful for finding examples and information, and before long I usually find everything I need to know Next, I try to modularize the script, so that I can reuse my hard-earned information in other scripts that I might write in the future If you approach script design and development with this methodical approach, you won't need to be an expert developer to write great scripts You can build on the work of those who came before you, and quickly start writing scripts that are useful in your environment COMING UP You're ready to start learning VBScript, and your crash course begins in the next chapter Don't worry; you're not going to be turned into a programmer! Instead, you'll be learning just enough VBScript to have some powerful tools at your disposal as you start scripting < Day Day Up >
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5 Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 6 Input and Output 7 Manipulating Numbers 8 Manipulating Strings 9 Manipulating Other Types of Data 10 Controlling the Flow of Execution 11 Built-in Scripting Objects 12 Working with the File System 13 Putting It All Together: Your First Script < Day Day Up >
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IN THIS CHAPTER You've learned how to design a script, but you're not quite ready to write one First, you have to learn the basics of VBScript, and this chapter begins your crash course Scripting is, of course, a form of computer programming, and computer programming is all about telling a computer what to do Before you can start ordering the computer around, though, you need to learn to speak a language that it understands VBScript is one such language, and in this chapter, I'll introduce you to the VBScript syntax, or language Almost all computer programming languages, including VBScript, have a few things in common They have built-in commands that tell the computer to perform certain tasks or calculate certain kinds of information They have a means for tracking temporary information, such as data entered by a user or collected during some calculation Windows-based programming languages generally have a means for interacting with objects, because objects form the basis of Windows' functionality NOTE The capability to interact with objects is not the same thing as being an object-oriented programming language Although the concepts and benefits of object-oriented programming are beyond the scope of this book, suffice to say that VBScript isn't object oriented, despite its capability to interact with objects created in other languages
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VBScript implements these common programming elements through variables, functions, and statements, and through an object interface Variables act as storage areas for different types of data Functions are VBScript's way of performing calculations or tasks and providing you with the results; statements simply perform tasks You can even create your own functions and statements to customize VBScript's capabilities VBScript includes a complete object interface based on Microsoft's Component Object Model, or COM In this chapter, you'll learn how to use each of these elements within scripts NOTE I've never liked programming books that provide short, useless snippets of script as examples, even as early in the book as you are right now Most of the examples you'll see in this and subsequent chapters are fully functioning scripts
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