Creating a Custom Object with WSC

In my last article I introduced the Windows Script Components technology as a means of creating your own custom COM objects without the need for high level programming or expensive development software. I also showed you how to build a basic object shell using nothing but a text editor and the scripting knowledge you already possess. Today, we’ll take all of that a step further and get our hands dirty creating a real, working object with all of the bells and whistles.
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Introducing Custom Objects with WSC

If you’ve been scripting for more than a few minutes, you’ve undoubtedly used some form of COM object in your scripts. These are objects provided by the operating system and other applications that allow you to perform tasks that aren’t provided by the scripting environment. Most of these objects are compile code that resides in a DLL or OCX file somewhere. Most people believe that you have to have some level of advanced programming ability to create these objects for yourself. That’s not the case. Today I’m going to show you how to create custom COM objects using nothing more than the scripting knowledge you already possess.
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