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Is there a limitation with VBScript?
Well, I�m a C/C++ programmer so JScript was the natural choice. The syntax is almost identical to C++. Plus I have this prejudice against anything BASIC � must be my upbringing. ;-)
Functionally, you can choose either. Below is a useful list that Marshall Burns sent me, or you can read my thoughts on Porting JScript to VBScript.
Provides for multi-line comments (with /* */), which VBscript does not.
Operators (eg, ==, !=) and string constants (eg, '\n', '\r') look like in C.
Provides shortcut assignments (e.g., a += 1), which VBscript does not.
Has classes, which VBscript does not. Note: the latest 5.0 VBScript engine does
The Kukreja reference says VBscript has a 1024-character limit on strings. But this must refer to an old version because the MS doc says the limit is about 2 billion characters.