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Script Files

Script files are plain, basic text files, the kind you can edit with Notepad. Inside are program statements, written out in the syntax that the scripting language you're using can understand.

To let Windows know which language your script uses, it's best to use a consistent file-naming scheme when naming your script files. The most important part is the extension or file type. For example, in myscript.vbs the extension is .vbs. By default, Windows Explorer doesn't display the extension when it lists filenames—it might just list myscript as a VBScript Script File. The extension is a required part of a script file's name, however.


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