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

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Simply put, scripting is writing programs in a scripting language to coordinate a sequence of actions.
The reasons for selecting this scripting language are among others, mastering heavy load, ease of use, and portability.
Programming can be done both with VXML or integrated Altitude Scripting Language and runs on top of SIP or CTI/ISDN links.
The solution features TrafficScript scripting language and TrafficCluster scalability, enabling deployment in clusters rather than pairs, which provides horizontal scalability and redundancy.
The new DeltaGraph Automator Action is designed to offer full support for the Mac OS X v.10.4 Automator feature, allowing customers to create workflow files that perform batch operations on DeltaGraph documents without having to learn a scripting language. Many common tasks used to create repetitious graphs and charts in Red Rock DeltaGraph can be automated now without needing to program using AppleScript.
3) Ask the web team, or those currently responsible for the website, which server-side scripting language they prefer and weigh your choice accordingly.
He added that a Visual Basic-like scripting language can be used to create more custom tests.
Both tensiometers contain the company's new Lab-Desk Windows software, complete with a new scripting language for measuring procedures to be easily adapted into special applications.
Huron was not, it said, an application development system per se, although it contained its own scripting language and tools for development.
According to Capobianco, Curl applications are a set of development tools that combine scripting language, text processing and object-oriented programming.