VBScript error

Srinivasan, Veeraraghavan (AZ15) Veeraraghavan.Srinivasan at iac.honeywell.com
Thu Dec 9 21:49:10 GMT 1999

Hi all,
	I know this is off-topic. I am using Microsoft Script control to
execute VB and Java scripts. This is to provide programmatic interface to
execute scripts in application programs. 

	When I load the following script using AddCode method (method on
script control) in Java (VJ++ environment), I get an error that says
"Expected end of statement". When I investigated into the cause of the
error, I figured out that the line having "CreateObject" is causing the
problem. When I removed the line, i did not get any errors/exceptions. Also,
I observed that when I use createObject method inside a Subroutine I do not
get any errors/exceptions. Does anybody have any idea on what I'm missing or
point to appropriate resources (Is there a mailing list for Microsoft Script

Environment : Windows NT 4.0 SP5, IE 5.0 , VJ++ 6.0

Code snippet:
function getNames(folder,subfolders)
			set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
			set fld = fso.GetFolder(folder)

			i = 0
			if subfolders then
				ReDim filenames(fld.subfolders.count-1,1)
				for each f in fld.subfolders
					filenames(i,0) = f.name
					filenames(i,1) = f.datecreated
					i = i + 1
				ReDim filenames(fld.files.count-1,1)
				i = 0
				for each f in fld.files
					filenames(i,0) = f.name
					filenames(i,1) = f.size
					i = i + 1
			end if
			getNames = filenames
end function

Veeraraghavan Srinivasan
Senior Principal Engineer
Honeywell Hi-Spec Solutions
1280, Kemper Meadow Drive,
Cincinnati, OH 45240
Phone: (513) 595-8913

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