In the Visual Basic scripting language (vbScript), there is an inbuilt American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) interpreter. This means that you can insert an ASCII string and it will produce the result that the ASCII characters represent. Likewise, you can enter the resulting argument into another code, and it will produce the ASCII code needed to create it. ASCII is a very basic data input language for computing.
Open vbScript in your preferred editor.
Type "Asc(STRING)" (without the surrounding quotes, replacing "STRING" with the argument you want to enter). This code returns the ASCII code associated with that string.
Type "Chr(CHARCODE)" (without the surrounding quotes, replacing "CHARCODE" with the ASCII you want to use). The ASCII code you want to generate a response from will appear with this code.