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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Nonetheless they should be treated as numbers when numerical operations are done on them...

    But the point is that < (I assume that's the missing operator in your example) isn't a numerical operator, right? VBScript doesn't have separate < and lt operators, so (like PHP) it has to use the type of the operands to figure out what sort of comparison to do, and URL parameters are always going to start as strings. What else could it do?

    Or am I missing something? I've only written VBScript once.