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Jscript .Net

JScript .NET was a discontinued implementation of the ECMAScript (JavaScript) language that Microsoft designed for its .NET Framework. The language could use all the resources available in the Common Language Runtime (CLR), meaning that JScript .NET code could interact with other .NET languages and take advantage of features like garbage collection, exception handling, and type safety enforcement. With JScript.NET developers could create dynamic web pages — similar to those made with client-side JavaScript — but with server-side processing capabilities provided by ASP.NET technology. Since its release, JScript.NET has been largely superseded by C# and Visual Basic.NET for server-side scripting on Microsoft's platforms.

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