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vbscript question

Explain what each of the following components do, using actual example of VBscript

a) Function
b) Variable
c) Procedure
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aprestoCommented:
If in doubt w3schools is a good place to start, they have good basic explanations that build your knowledge from the group up (although you may need some basic knowledge in other things but they tell you what you need to know and supply lins anyway)

The link i gave explains functions, procedures and variables and they have some good working examples you can use!  

I agree with the above comments, if it homework (which it probably is, you were about as subtle as a train!) and you expect us to do it, you wont learn anything, trust me,...been there...done that...took the high road! :o)!

Good luck

Apresto
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lukegriffiths110Author Commented:
its not home work i was just revising for an exam, it was a question that i was stuck on, if thats not allowed i will remove the question.
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JohnModigCommented:
I thought I was here to help people in their jobs or private projects. Not to get good grades in school.
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JohnModigCommented:
In my opinion, no one should be getting any points. This is clearly someones homework, and therefore not something that should be solved by EE.
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aprestoCommented:
You dont have an opinion in this thread JohnModig, you didnt provide any useful information other than inform us of what you think your here to do!!

even if it is homework, we pointed the questioner in the right direction to learn, we didnt write them an essay! but as he/she said, they are revising for an exam:

>>>I thought I was here to help people in their jobs or private projects. Not to get good grades in school.

Who Told you that!!!! EE is for all - to an extent of course!

When i was at college i always looked to EE to learn, and thats what happened, i learned...ALOT, its not a crime asking experts help to revise for an exam, especially if the questioner has paid handsomly in points, even thought the question itself might be a slight "Direct" to say the least!

When you're taught the very basics of something sometimes it easier have someone "in the know" explain it to you and/or give you a starting point rather than have to plough through books and websites just to find somewhere to start yourself!

However if you dont feel my answer at **Date: 05/05/2005 06:09PM BST** is sufficient - (even though i was the only expert who offered assistance rather than point the finger) - then please feel free to delete the question
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aprestoCommented:
Thanks CD& :o)
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JohnModigCommented:
No offence, apresto. I really like to help people out with their problems. However, I am simply not here to help people get better score on their exams. I do not consider that to be a problem that I should solve for them.

I truly love the whole concept of EE and really feel that I have helped someone when I get an answer marked as accepted. Simply put, it makes me feel good. But when I write up an answer to someones homework so he or she can cut n' paste, get their points and then forget about it - it does not. The code or help that I then provided is not being used properly imo.

I agree with COBOLdinosaur that you followed the mentor model and I do not want to deny your rights to the points. But please, 500 points for a link to w3schools? I suspect that we are here dealing with someone who gets home from school, copy his homework and posts it to EE, so he does not have to open a book. Take a look at his profile and see for yourself. All 500 pointers and many questions are very similar. Like this question for example: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/MS_Access/Q_21412193.html (I love that footer text) which, at least to me, is clearly an indication to this statement.

You seems to be respectable and intelligent programmer apresto, it is not you that I aim my accusations to.

>>> EE is for all - to an extent of course!
I do believe that we have come to that extent in this question. Nuff said.
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JohnModigCommented:
You are right, I am sorry - just had to explaiun myself :) I will post my comments in the appropriate place.
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aprestoCommented:
@JohnModig

Understood, thanks for the clarification  JohnModig, apologies for what may have seemed like an outburst

@Cd&

sorry for clogging the thread and enticing further 'cloggage' :o)

Ciao for now

Apresto
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