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How do we call a VBScript / Java Script Function from Code behind (aspx.cs) C# Class?

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How do we call a VBScript / Java Script Function from Code behind (aspx.cs) C# Class?
I want to call a VBScript Function (in the ASPX file) from aspx.cs (from a function in class), so that it executes that VBScript Code.
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add this line in your html:

<script language="javascript" src="msgBox.js"></script>

if you have your script in a file, else

<script language="JavaScript">
                  
function MyFunction()
{....}

then from your code, you can call the javascript you have created.  
Ex.  to open a new window using scripts

Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock("open", "<script language='javascript' for=window event=onload>OpenMyWindow();</script>");


Change the parameters to what is appropriate for your code. (ex. javascript to vbscript, function names, etc.)
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