For VBScript you say? You don't need a book, just use the online docs:<BR><BR> http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/script56/html/vtoriVBScript.asp<BR><BR>If you mean a good *ASP* book, then I'd recommend:<BR><BR> "Mastering Active Server Pages 3"<BR> isbn: 0-7821-2619-7<BR><BR><BR>Cheers!
Scott Mitchell (builder of this site) has "Teach Yourself ASP 3 in 21 Days" which is well reviewed.<BR><BR>If you want somethin a little more advanced, maybe "Professional Active Server Pages 3.0" form WROX publishing.<BR><BR>I don't think I'd go after a VBScript-only book, because every one I've ever seen concerns itself only with client-side scripting in MSIE, which is nice but not all that helpful for ASP programming.<BR><BR>
I see...<BR><BR>I have read 3 books on ASP from Wrox ( which I love )<BR>ASP 3.0 Refrence quide<BR>Advanced ASP 3.0<BR>ASP Database Connectivity<BR><BR>I feel I'm fairly proficient in ASP.<BR><BR>But that VBnewLine deal.<BR>I barely know any of those commands.<BR>How / Where do I learn these?
I have to agree that just browsing through the VBScript docs, even online, would work to learn that kind of stuff.<BR><BR>If you can handle the Advanced ASP book, you don't *want* one of those pretty low level VBS books, honest.<BR><BR>Downloading the VBS help to your machine is a good idea...you get a much better index and find capability that way.<BR><BR>