Other Entries by David M. Carr (from psc cd).

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  VBScript Tutorial: Chapter 2--Introduction to the IE Object ModelVBScript Tutorial: Chapter 2--Introduction to the IE Object ModelVbScript (browser/client side) Beginner /
David M. Carr (from psc cd)
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1/5/2015 7:10:00 AM

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       Since you are using VBScript, that should mean that either you have separate versions for Netscape and Internet Explorer users, make pages which tailor themselves to the client's browser, use VBScript only for non-essential page features, or are developin ...(description truncated)
 
 
  VBScript Tutorial: Chapter 3--Functions, Arrays, and Program FlowVBScript Tutorial: Chapter 3--Functions, Arrays, and Program FlowVbScript (browser/client side) Beginner /
David M. Carr (from psc cd)
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1/5/2015 7:11:00 AM

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       The complete lowdown on creating functions, declaring and using arrays to store data, as well as an intro to program flow statements().
 
 
  VBScript Tutorial: Chapter 4--Frames and Forms and Elements, Oh My!VBScript Tutorial: Chapter 4--Frames and Forms and Elements, Oh My!VbScript (browser/client side) Beginner /
David M. Carr (from psc cd)
2748 since
1/5/2015 7:12:00 AM

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       One of the most common uses of scripting is to respond to events from a form, such as typing text into a text box or checking data when the Submit button is pressed. There are two ways to reference form elements...this chapter tells you how.
 
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