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VBscript Call Sub using a variable

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Looking to do something like the below code.
intCount = 1
Set objTest = "test" & intCount & "Sub"
 
Sub test1Sub
wscript.echo "Sucess!!!"
End Sub

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intCount = 1
objTest = "test" & intCount & "Sub"
 
Execute objTest
 
Sub test1Sub
wscript.echo "Sucess!!!"
End Sub

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by:JesseWH
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Your the man! Thanks!
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