I have been doing some with XSL transformations, and VBScript has been my enemy recently. What little grey matter still knows Visual Basic 6 is hit and miss for VBScript. In my case I was trying to create a case statement which in VB can be formatted as follows:
Select Case Numb Case 32 to 50 'This is legal in VB 6 Case 65,66,67,67 Case Else End Select
Unfortunately you have to do something like this in VBScript…
Select Case Numb Case 32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50 Case 65,66,67,67 Case Else End Select
… not very elegant but I am not sure if I have any options.
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