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VBScript code modularization?

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I'm using VBScript to do some ADODB work locally (i.e. not an ASP thing). I have several years of experience in VB, but I'm fairly new to VBScript.

I wonder if I can have functions in a .vbs file, and call them (with parameters) from another .vbs file? Just like you have modules in a VB project and call their functionality from a form.
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You are much better creating an ActiveX DLL with the appropriate functions, classes etc and using these from your VBScript code.
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Okay. I understand this is the limitation.
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