VBScript Tutorials - Herong's Tutorial Examples - v6.02, by Herong Yang
"cscript.exe/wscript.exe" Command Version and Options
This section describes how to start 'cscript' or 'wscript' command and what options are available.
If you want to find out if WSH is available or not on your Windows system, you can run "cscript /?" in a command window:
C:\herong>cscript /? Usage: CScript scriptname.extension [option...] [arguments...] Options: //B Batch mode: Suppresses script errors and prompts from displaying //D Enable Active Debugging //E:engine Use engine for executing script //H:CScript Changes the default script host to CScript.exe //H:WScript Changes the default script host to WScript.exe (default) //I Interactive mode (default, opposite of //B) //Job:xxxx Execute a WSF job //Logo Display logo (default) //Nologo Prevent logo display: No banner will be shown at execution time //S Save current command line options for this user //T:nn Time out in seconds: Maximum time a script is permitted to run //X Execute script in debugger //U Use Unicode for redirected I/O from the console
The "wscript" command has same command line options.
Table of Contents
Introduction of VBScript - Visual Basic Scripting Edition
Variant Data Type, Subtypes, and Literals
Numeric Comparison Operations and Logical Operations
String Operations - Concatenation and Comparison
Variable Declaration and Assignment Statement
Expression and Order of Operation Precedence
Statement Syntax and Statement Types
Array Data Type and Related Statements
Array References and Array Assignment Statements
Conditional Statements - "If ... Then" and "Select Case"
Loop Statements - "For", "While", and "Do"
"Function" and "Sub" Procedures
Inspecting Variables Received in Procedures
Error Handling Flag and the "Err" Object
Regular Expression Pattern Match and Replacement
scrrun.dll - Scripting Runtime DLL Library
IE Web Browser Supporting VBScript
IIS ASP Server Supporting VBScript
What is WSH (Windows Script Host)?
►"cscript.exe/wscript.exe" Command Version and Options
"WScript" Runtime Object Hierarchy
"oShell.Exec(cmd)" - Running System Command with a Script
WSF - Windows Script File XML Format