Adding Scripting to Windows Applications

Adding scripting and 'macro' capability to a Windows application in C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, and other languages used to be a complicated, often home-grown affair - no more. Using the free Microsoft Script Control, Windows developers can now extend their applications by adding support for VBScript, JavaScript, Perl, and other ActiveX-enabled scripting languages. Applications can expose objects to the scripting engine and allow end users and filed implementers to customize the application, all with just a few extra lines of code.