The JScript programming language includes an assortment of properties, methods, objects, functions, and so on. In addition, JScript can use many corresponding features from the .NET Framework class library. The following sections explain the proper use of these features and the proper syntax within JScript.
JScript 8.0 is used for applications that run on a server by using the .NET Framework. For information about writing scripts that run on a client computer in a Web browser, see JScript (Windows Script Technologies).
In This Section
Provides version information about the language features in JScript, and compares the features with those specified by the ECMAScript standard.
JScript Language Tour
Introduces the elements and procedures that developers use to write JScript code and links to specific areas that explain the details behind language elements and code syntax.
JScript .NET Language Reference
Lists the essential features of the JScript object-oriented programming language and links to topics that explain how to use the language.
JScript Compiler Options
Lists options available for the command line compiler and links to topics that organize the options either alphabetically or by category.
- .NET Framework Reference
Lists links to topics that explain the syntax and structure of the .NET Framework class library and other essential elements.