Writing VBScript that really runs in PowerShell

It's quite possible to run traditional WSH script from the PowerShell console, and people have even directly hosted VBScript in PowerShell since 2004 using the Microsoft Script Control. However, you can go farther than just loading VBScript into an object in a PowerShell session and calling its methods. You can use VBScript – or any other Active Scripting language, for that matter – as a scripting language for PowerShell.
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VBScript Includes

I've been using VBScript for a very long time. One drawback it has always had as a scripting language is an INCLUDE statement. In other languages you can use something like INCLUDE scriptfile at the beginning of the script. This would load any functions and variables in the specified script file into your current script. In PowerShell we can accomplish this by dot sourcing scripts. I never knew of a way to do the same thing with VBScript until now.
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