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JScript .NET, Part I: The Mechanics: A Final Word - Doc JavaScript


JScript .NET, Part I: The Mechanics

A Final Word

In this column we started a new series on JScript .NET. We showed you what you need to do in order to ramp up quickly in the new .NET environment. We guided you through the installation of the IIS server and the .NET SDK (Software Development Kit), in this order. We gave you a high-level overview of the .NET Framework and its objectives. We focused on JScript .NET's backwards compatibility card, as well as its new extensions. We showed you how to compile and run a JScript .NET program with jsc.exe. We also talked about compilation flags: for specifying the output file name, for generating a library instead of an executable, and for creating debugging information.

In this column you have learned:



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