Media praise for VBScript in a Nutshell

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"If you want an overview and a detailed reference, then 'VBSCript in a Nutshell' by Paul Lomax, Matt Childs, and Ron Petrusha is just what you need. It covers the basics of using the language and some of the more advanced areas, such as using VBScript in ASP, Outlook forms, using the Windows Scripting Host, Explorer and Script Components...very useful and reasonably priced."
--"Computer Shopper," August 2003

"This is an excellent referrence guide for the Visual Basic Scripting language. Whether you are an experienced VB scripter or and experienced programmer new to VB Scripting you will find this a valuable tool to have on your desktop...The examples used in the book were excellent and to the point."
--Mark Smith, Williamsburg Macromedia User Group, June 23, 2003
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Reviews From Previous Edition

"Whether you're writing script on clients or servers, 'VBScript in a Nutshell' is a handy guide to the ins, outs, and quirks of the VBScript language."
--Eric Lippert, Software Design Engineer, Microsoft Corporation

"a valuable learning resource and reference."
--CompBookReview.com

"Because it applies the concise and popular Nutshell format to Microsoft's preferred scripting language, 'VBScript in a Nutshell' is a valuable learning resource and reference. Focusing on the core language, instead of on any specific application, this book teaches how to write clear, efficient VBScript code."
--Richard Dragan, Teri Kieffer, and Ara Jane Olufson, Amazon.com Delivers Computer Programming, Sept 12, 2000