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Using Visual Basic with Microsoft Access
This section provides tutorial example on how to add a Visual Basic code in Microsoft Access database to be executed as a macro on database tables.
2023-12-16, 5965🔥, 11💬

💬 2023-12-16 v: Thank you!

💬 2022-02-27 bob: this didnt help

💬 2021-10-27 fahis: lets go

💬 2018-08-11 Herong: trina, I will make corrections. Thanks for the comment.

💬 2018-08-11 trina: Why spreading misinformation? Pages like this are confusing for new users, with half-facts and limited instruction. First: Acces...

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"^" - Arithmetic Exponentiation Operation
This section provides some detail rules and a tutorial example on how arithmetic exponentiation operation works in VBScript.
2023-06-19, 228🔥, 1💬

💬 2023-06-19 Naresh: Thanks for your help

ASP Objects: Request, Response, Session and Application
This section describes additional objects provided by ASP: Request, Response, Session and Application. Your server-side VBScript code will use those objects to convert static Web pages into Web-based applications.
2023-03-01, 1188🔥, 9💬

"WScript" Runtime Object Hierarchy
This section describes WSH runtime objects: WScript and its properties. A tutorial example is provided on how to use WScript.StdIn and WScript.StdOut.
2023-02-02, 356🔥, 1💬

"Err.Raise()" - Raising Your Own Errors
This section provides a tutorial example on how to raise your own runtime errors with the Err.Raise(number, source, description) method. The error number should be in the range of 0 and 65535.
2023-01-28, 16440🔥, 4💬

💬 2023-01-28 adheesh: i ment something else

💬 2016-05-07 Herong: Donald, I don't understand your question. More details please.

💬 2016-05-06 Google Chrome 50.0.2661.94 m: Google Chrome Un navigateur Web conçu pour offrir rapidité, simplicité et sécurité Obtenir de l'aide sur l'utilisation de Goog...

💬 2016-05-06 Donald Duck: Please include a list of the different possible values for number. Thanks☺

"Dictionary" Objects to Store Keys and Values
This section describes Dictionary object properties and methods. A tutorial example is provided on how to add and remove keys and values into a Dictionary object.
2022-11-15, 652🔥, 1💬

Creating a Copy of an Array
This section provides a tutorial example on how to create a copy of an array quickly with the array assignment statement.
2022-10-01, 775🔥, 0💬

"Variant" - Data Type and Subtypes
This section provides a quick introduction of VBScript data type, Variant, a list of subtypes: byte, integer, long, single, double, currency, string, Boolean, date, object, error, empty, and null.
2022-10-01, 727🔥, 0💬

Data Type "Variant()" - Array of Variant Values
This section describes the array data type, Variant(). A tutorial example is provided to show how TypeName() and VarType() functions work on array values.
2022-10-01, 708🔥, 0💬

WSH (Windows Script Host)
This chapter provides tutorial examples and notes on WSH (Windows Script Host). Topics include running WSH commands, cscript and wscript, with options; summary of WSH runtime objects; using StdIn and StdOut for input and output; running system commands with script code; defining script jobs in a WSF...
2022-10-01, 630🔥, 0💬

ASP Object Example - Passing Values between Pages
This section provides a tutorial example on how to pass values from one page to another. This example is a very simple registration application with two ASP pages.
2022-10-01, 588🔥, 0💬

Using VBScript with Internet Explorer 10 or Older
This section provides tutorial example on how to embed a VBScript code in a HTML document to be executed by Internet Explorer 10 or older on the local machine.
2022-10-01, 500🔥, 0💬

"On Error Resume Next" - Turning on Error Handling
This section provides a tutorial example on how to use the 'On Error Resume Next' statement to turn on error handling flag. You can use Err.Number > 0 to test if there is any runtime error has been raised or not.
2022-10-01, 462🔥, 0💬

"Erase" Statement - Removing All Elements in an Array
This section provides a tutorial example on how to use a 'Erase' statement to reset all elements to the default value in a fixed-size array, or truncate the size of a dynamic-size array to zero.
2022-10-01, 431🔥, 0💬

"Dim x()" - Declaring Array Variables
This section provides an introduction and examples on how to declare array variables with fixed sizes or dynamic sizes.
2022-10-01, 424🔥, 0💬

"x(i)" - Accessing Array Elements with Indexes
This section describes how to access array elements for assigning new values and retrieving existing values. 'For Each' statement can also be used to loop through all elements in an array.
2022-10-01, 422🔥, 0💬

"Type mismatch" Runtime Error - Assignments to Array Variables
This section describes how values from scalar array variables can be assigned to other scalar or array variables. Runtime error 'Type mismatch' happens when you try to assign scalar values or arrays to array variables.
2022-10-01, 411🔥, 0💬

Date and Time Data Literals
This section provides rules on writing date and time literals, characters enclosed in hash signs. VBScript support several formats for the date string like ISO format and US format.
2022-10-01, 393🔥, 0💬

"cscript.exe/wscript.exe" Command Version and Options
This section describes how to start 'cscript' or 'wscript' command and what options are available.
2022-10-01, 392🔥, 0💬

DOM API - The "document" Object
This section provides a quick description of the 'document' object of the DOM API. A tutorial example is provided on building a simple HTML document with the 'document' object.
2022-10-01, 389🔥, 0💬

Empty - The Default Value of a Variable
This section provides a tutorial example on how to find out the default value, Empty, of a variable before its first assignment.
2022-10-01, 388🔥, 0💬

"Set oRegExp = New RegExp" - Creating RegExp Objects
This section describes steps on how to create a new RegExp object with a Set statement 'Set oRegExp = New RegExp'. oRegExp.Global and oRegExp.IgnoreCase used to set pattern match options.
2022-10-01, 388🔥, 0💬

What is WSH (Windows Script Host)?
This section describes WSH (Windows Script Host) and its features. WSH is a Windows system administration tool to run VBScript code to common administrative tasks.
2022-10-01, 354🔥, 0💬

"Public/Private" Variables and Dot Operator
This section provides a tutorial example on how to declare public properties for external use and private variables for internal use. The dot, '.', operator allows you to access public properties.
2022-10-01, 349🔥, 0💬

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