05/23/2012 74351 views


I have been packaging for a while but my VB script skills are pretty terrible.  I have made do with cut and paste from other peoples scripts but I really think I should learn it properly now!

Can anyone suggest a few good books for a virtual newbie?  I have a basic grasp of the structure of a script, I can recognise a few commands but I want a ground up learning approach.

Any ideas?  Ideally something I can get for my Kindle so I can get to it anywhere, including quiet periods at work!  We also have Primal Script 2010 at work and I am frankly intimidated by it!


Answer Summary:
It is very intuitive to search scripts online and research on them and find information from online portals and references.
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I have VBScript Third Edition (Wrox)


However i think experience in creating scripts is way better than any book i have used.  Find a couple scripts online that do something you want and discect it and learn how it works using books/free websites.

Answered 05/23/2012 by: GAKIS
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Check Visual Basic scripting in a nutshell.

Answered 05/23/2012 by: adilrathore
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Answered 05/23/2012 by: dugullett
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