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Planning for the Unexpected - JScript .NET and Exceptions

The .NET Class Library uses exceptions throughout to report errors or unexpected conditions; however, a lot of code isn't exception aware. This article explains what exceptions are, how to respond to exceptions, and several ways of creating your own exceptions.

Object oriented features of JScript .NET

Discover the details of class access rules, inheritance, and polymorphism as they relate to JScript .NET. See sample code that demonstrates how to use these features.

Building JScript .NET Web Service and Clients

Walk through the creation of a Web Service and three types of client applications that use it: a Windows Forms based client, and Internet Explorer-based client, and an ASP.NET client application.

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