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  1. Re: JScript vs Javascript - error in wsf compilation of Tau-Prolog

    Of course modern Javascript is better in an absolute sense, than the older JScript. But it depends on your development context.

    Modern Javascrsipt isn't an option in the Windows WSH environment,...
  2. Re: JScript vs Javascript - error in wsf compilation of Tau-Prolog

    Yeah, but it works in the context of Javascript applications. It's only JScript that's reporting a problem.

    Anyway, I think I'll scrap Tau-Prolog and try some other Javascript implementations.
    ...
  3. Re: JScript vs Javascript - error in wsf compilation of Tau-Prolog

    Hi Dday9,


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    this.epoch = Date.now();
    this.session = session;
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  4. JScript vs Javascript - error in wsf compilation of Tau-Prolog

    Hi,

    I'm trying to test the compilation - without actually running any of it - of the tau-prolog module, inside of a wsf container.

    The code so far is



    <package>
    <job id="test">
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    Re: What does BTT mean?

    Hi Peter,

    It happens with several Kix components. Unfortunately, I'm not able to get any assistance from the Kix forum. I tried registering, and received the email about waiting for approval, but...
  6. Re: Can the address of a VB Function be used to execute the function in some way?

    Thanks wq,

    I had a problem using the GetRef, when applied to a function. It returned the value of the function, rather than an address.

    At any rate, Eval() is working perfectly.

    Thanks for...
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    What does BTT mean?

    Hi,

    When creating an object from a third party library, CreateObject returns a popup


    VBScript RunTime Error
    This operation is not supported with BTT enabled.


    What does 'BTT...
  8. Re: Can the address of a VB Function be used to execute the function in some way?

    It looks like the answer might be Eval(). Or get the address with GetRef, then Call the variable with parentheses.

    I'll play with those.
  9. Can the address of a VB Function be used to execute the function in some way?

    Hi,

    Outside of an Events context, can the address of a function obtained with GetRef(), be used in a variable which will later be used to execute the function?

    What I'm trying to accomplish is...
  10. Re: WinHttpRequest - errors like 'method cannot be called until open/send has been ca

    Got it. The problem is that the tool that I'm using - VBSedit - requires the temporary command line parameters to be separated by spaces. I had them separated by commas and spaces.

    So the Url_s...
  11. Re: WinHttpRequest - errors like 'method cannot be called until open/send has been ca

    Thanks, wq. I tried enclosing the variable with CVar, but the properties are still empty.

    This has to be the way in which the credentials are being delivered. The Credentials_s parameter with...
  12. WinHttpRequest - errors like 'method cannot be called until open/send has been called

    Hi,

    After both Opening and Sending a request, some of the propertes of a WinHttpRequest are displaying errors.



    On Error Resume Next
    ...
  13. Re: VBScript to get most recent subject headings from specific (not inbox) folder

    Solution:




    Dim objOutlook
    Dim TargetFolder_s
    Dim objNamespace
    Dim colFolders
  14. VBScript to get most recent subject headings from specific (not inbox) folder

    Hi,

    I'm confused about how to get emails from a specific folder. Almost all of the examples on the web, are assuming that you're getting data from either inbox, or a subfolder of inbox.

    The...
  15. Re: VBScript runtime error: ActiveX component can't create object: 'Excel.Application

    krcruz,

    Are you still around? How did you resolve the ActiveX component error? I have Office 2013, Windows 8.1, and receive the same error, when running a VBScript.

    The same VBScript will run...
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