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script

noun book, calligraphy, characters, cursive hand, dialogue, handwriting, jottings, libretto, lines, manuscript, penmanship, penscript, playbook, scrawl, scription, text, writing, written characters, written matter

SCRIPT, conv. The original or principal instrument, where there are part and counterpart. Vide Chirograph; Part, Rescript.

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The company's products are open and allow developers to script sites using the popular XML-based scripting language, Miva Script.
Tcl is the first cross-platform scripting language to allow developers to create fully international applications.
The ActiveX Scripting interface allows developers to orchestrate the interaction among a variety of software components on the Internet, including Java Applets and ActiveX Controls written in other languages, using any scripting language that supports this interface.
In addition, AppleScript helps ISVs reduce development time and costs by removing the need to create a proprietary scripting language.
For large scale client/server applications, developers can link their user interface and Data-Tap objects to one another by developing methods in the powerful object-based scripting language.
Over the last several years, our scripting products have been known for staying on top of the most popular scripting languages.
Our first series of books will be very in depth how-to manuals on scripting languages and scripting software, called the TFM(TM) Series.
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However, some projects that include scripting languages in generative programming appeared during last years.
By redesigning the core classes and libraries of C++ it is possible to achieve almost all of the benefits of scripting languages while retaining the efficiency of a compiler and the interoperability of C.
overview of Scripting languages their growing role in the development and
While Windows dominates 3GL languages for both target and platform, far fewer developers using scripting languages are hosted on Windows and less than half of developers using PHP, Ruby or Perl are targeting the Windows Platform.