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Rezension bezieht sich auf: VBScript in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) (Taschenbuch)
This is an Ok Reference and Just that.
PROS: (the very few there are) It list every function, subroutine, and Language construct in VBscripts with tips on how to use the command, and problems with the command. The information present is layout well.
CONS: This reference lacks versioning info on commands! Regular Expression where not introducted until 5.0!
The beginning sections are written like someone rambling on about VBscripts. This person is knowledgeable but completely ignors organization and structure leaving out important topics.
1. Syntax Rules (ie case-sensitive, how to define a script, identifier rules) 2. Variables, Types, Constants, and Expressions (maybe Scope) 3. Control Structures (If, While, For) 4. Functions, Subs, Classes, Events (Scope, pass by ref, parameters...) 5. Error handling 6. etc..
I know a lot of this is covered in the reference but it is nice to have it laid out logically. Also he is missing a list of reserved word (keywords). I am also aware that this is just a nutshell book but these sections could have been included in a very brief way.
These seam like large omissions to me.