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kumkum01 12Oct2011 12:40

What is the difference between jscript and javascript?
 
Hello......Kindly tell me.....Script supports that allow access to activeX and the local computer. These commands are intended for use on intranet sites.JScript should not be used on the internet....

regards......

kumkum

Click SSL 3Nov2011 16:53

Re: What is the difference between jscript and javascript?
 
Hello...

I would like to suggest you to make little bit search in search engines before posting question in forums..

Anyway..
Quote:

Original posts by WIKIPEDIA:

JScript is a scripting language based on the ECMAScript standard that is used in Microsoft's Internet Explorer.

JavaScript is a prototype-based scripting language that is dynamic, weakly typed and has first-class functions. It is a multi-paradigm language, supporting object-oriented, imperative, and functional programming styles.

annaharris 14Aug2012 15:56

Re: What is the difference between jscript and javascript?
 
JScript & JavaScript are both scripting languages that make easy development of web pages. JScript is similar to JavaScript with subtle difference in objects & functions exposed. JScript is supported & shipped by Microsoft & may be work best only on IE where as JavaScript was initiated by Netscape & can work across all browsers consistently.

AimyThomas 30Aug2012 14:30

Re: What is the difference between jscript and javascript?
 
The biggest difference now between JavaScript and JScript are all of the additional commands that JScript supports that allow access to ActiveX and the local computer. These commands are intended for use on intranet sites where you know the configuration of all of the computers and that they are all running Internet Explorer.

shabbir 30Aug2012 14:55

Re: What is the difference between jscript and javascript?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by AimyThomas (Post 97193)
The biggest difference now between JavaScript and JScript are all of the additional commands that JScript supports that allow access to ActiveX and the local computer. These commands are intended for use on intranet sites where you know the configuration of all of the computers and that they are all running Internet Explorer.

What you have said is what is already written here - http://javascript.about.com/od/reference/a/jscript.htm

bparker1084 16Oct2012 15:13

Re: What is the difference between jscript and javascript?
 
JScript is the Microsoft implementation of JavaScript.

aroraaisha 15Apr2013 17:02

Re: What is the difference between jscript and javascript?
 
There is no difference. JScript and JavaScript are the exact same programming language. (Microsoft used the JScript name in the past to avoid trademark issues)

arkasoftwares 2Feb2016 16:19

Re: What is the difference between jscript and javascript?
 
JavaScript is a scripting language developed by Netscape Communications designed for developing client and server Internet applications. Netscape Navigator is designed to interpret JavaScript embedded into Web pages. JavaScript is independent of Sun Microsystem's Java language.

Microsoft JScript is an open implementation of Netscape's JavaScript. JScript is a high-performance scripting language designed to create active online content for the World Wide Web. JScript allows developers to link and automate a wide variety of objects in Web pages, including ActiveX controls and Java programs. Microsoft Internet Explorer is designed to interpret JScript embedded into Web pages.


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