Interactive JScript 1.1 released

http://www.empowermentzone.com/ijs.zip

Interactive JScript
Version 1.1
February 15, 2008

If the result of a statement is more than 24 lines, the program now pauses
with a prompt to "Press any key to continue."  If some text still scrolls
off the screen, try maximizing the window (but do not switch to "full
screen" console mode).

As before, you can list the members of a .NET type or COM object.  Now you
can also get built-in .NET documentation.  The following session
illustrates this:

[Catpture output to a log file]
> log c:\temp\test.txt

[Show documentation for constructors of the ArrayList type]
> doc ArrayList
ArrayList()
Initializes a new instance of the Collections class that is
empty and has the default initial capacity.

ArrayList(Int32)
Initializes a new instance of the Collections class that is
empty and has the specified initial capacity.
capacity = The number of elements that the new list can
initially store.
ArgumentOutOfRangeException = capacity is less than zero.

ArrayList(Collections.ICollection)
Initializes a new instance of the Collections class that
contains elements copied from the specified collection and
that has the same initial capacity as the number of elements
copied.
c = The Collections whose elements are copied to the new
list.
ArgumentNullException = c is null.

[Show documentation for the Sort method, including overloads]
> doc ArrayList Sort
Void = Sort()
Sorts the elements in the entire Collections using the
IComparable implementation of each element.
NotSupportedException = The Collections is read-only.

Void = Sort(Collections.IComparer)
Sorts the elements in the entire Collections using the
specified comparer.
comparer = The Collections implementation to use when
comparing elements.-or- null to use the IComparable
implementation of each element.
NotSupportedException = The Collections is read-only.

Void = Sort(Int32, Int32, Collections.IComparer)
Sorts the elements in a range of elements in Collections
using the specified comparer.
count = The length of the range to sort.
index = The zero-based starting index of the range to sort.
comparer = The Collections implementation to use when
comparing elements.-or- null to use the IComparable
implementation of each element.
ArgumentException = index and count do not specify a valid
range in the Collections.
ArgumentOutOfRangeException = index is less than zero.-or-
count is less than zero.
NotSupportedException = The Collections is read-only.


Jamal

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