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Embed JavaScript in VB.NET application

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I need to implement an embedded JavaScript capability in a VB.Net application.  Users would write simple scripts to create parsing routines.  The scripts need to be able to call a few VB helper functions, or ideally, a simple object model could be exposed to the scripts.

A good example of what I need to do can be found in UltraEdit's scripting facility.  SpiderMonkey looks like it might be a possibility, but I haven't seen a sample of it's use with VB.

The application is being converted from VB6 to VB.Net, and I'm pretty new to the .net environment, so a nice working example would be really great.
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