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How can I add a JavaScript file to a Visual Studio 2010 project?

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I'm trying to add a JavaScript file to a "Web Site" project in VS 2010 but the closest option I have under "Visual Basic" and "Visual C#" is to add a "JScript File". Is that the option that I should be using?

I should also mention (in case it makes a difference) that I am creating JavaScript file to put JQuery code into and it will be using jquery-1.7.2.min.js
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http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/24c7e0e7.aspx

Jscript is correct.

I would create your own /JS folder to keep all of the javascript files in.  Then you can import from there using a jquery loader.
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