This first chapters provided you with the context of what VBScript
is and how you can use it to extend the capabilities of environments
such as World Wide Web pages. You saw some basic examples of this
and covered the fundamentals of how to build scripts yourself.
Although you might not be a VBScript guru yet, you have reached
the point where you can compose a fundamental script and understand
the elements of it.
Where You Have Been
At the start of the next chapters, you saw the overall picture of VBScript
and the World Wide Web. That was followed by a good look at the
specific purpose and capabilities of VBScript. Then, one-by-one,
you learned about the specific fundamentals that you must master
in order to use the language effectively. You saw how to use variables,
operators, control structures, and procedures-all of which are
the building blocks for the progressively more powerful scripts
you will build in the days ahead.