Microsofts version of Java Script.
A scripting language developed by Microsoft to enable web page designers to design interactive sites. Although it shares many of the features and structures of the full Java language, it was developed independently. Jscript can interact with HTML source code, better enabling webmasters to spice up their sites with dynamic content.
Microsoft terminology for ECMAScript See ECMAScript
An interpreted, object-based scripting language that borrows from C, C++, and Java. It is the Microsoft implementation of ECMA script, as defined by the specification of the European Computer Manufacturers Association.
A scripting language based on the Java programming language. JScript is comparable to VBScript in its functionality, but uses Java-like syntax.
An interpreted server-side programming script language that is used in HTML programs and ASP files.
An object-based scripting language distantly and loosely related to Java. JScript code is inserted directly into an HTML page.