It seems not a lot of people here really know much about C# and Dot Net in general. As is shown by the lack of an exclusive .NET forum!
ASP.NET is not .NET.
C# is not .NET.
What I would like to know is what stage Jscript.NET is at. Has it been abandoned as a side path or has all the hype over C# and .NET left JScript.NET unnoticed by the world?
Does anybody know where I can find the official microsoft version of what Jscript.NET is today. I have found various articles on the MSDN but none that explicitly define JScript.NET.
for those of you who think Jscript only belongs in a web browser here is a taste of what I'm talking about
If you can compile C# you should be able to compile this.
//Copy this line in a file Hello.js
//Compile it as jsc /exe Hello.js to produce Hello.exe
print("Hello From Jscript Exe");