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Richard PottsSubject: General choice of scripting language
Author: Richard Potts
Date: 30 Apr 2007 09:10 AM
Hi,

I guess I've reached that point in my XSL writing evolution where I feel the need to introduce some scripting into my XSL's. I understand that I can implement the scripting in the following languages: Jscript, JavaScript, or VBScript.

What I'd like to know is what are the pro's and con's of choosing each language? Anyone know a link where these are discussed?

Given I've got a list of pros and cons I can then decide which route to go.

My personal circumstances:
All my clients are all using MS-Internet Explorer.
I've no preference to any scripting language will all be new to me.

 
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