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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Intelepeer's new Atmosphere scripting and order entry system is a quantum leap in scripting technology - offering powerful tools and flows to create simple to complex custom telemarketing scripts with ease, said John Stones, President of Your DRTV.
“Under the hood,” it's a scripting language offering a powerful alternative to languages such as Powershell, KiXtart and VB Script.
Simply put, scripting is writing programs in a scripting language to coordinate a sequence of actions.
Scripting is always happening in the background in JMP.
The new scripting capabilities make it possible to dramatically reduce training requirements for new users of the application.
Any program that is enabled for ActiveX scripting allows the user to write a script for Visual BASIC (the most popular, because it is very easy to learn), JavaScript, Perl, Python, or any other scripting language (see the March issue, page 72), and use that script to access functions provided by the software.
If you are uneasy about the idea of scripting, unfamiliar with UNIX protocols, or even doubtful about whether your site needs scripting, chapters eight and nine offer an important introduction that will help you begin scripting.
Realizing that a better alternative must be available, Hansen investigated several scripting programs.
(BRI), the authority on workstation cloning and migration since 1997 and a provider of cutting-edge software solutions, training and services, announced today two new licensing options for FastTrack Scripting Host.
Jones, a Windows scripting consultant, offers a Windows administrator's guide to using Microsoft's key scripting technologies.
Even if you have only one database to work with, the drag and drop scripting (you simply drag one or more schema items to any text editor supporting OLE drag and drop) together with very flexible scripting options makes AdeptSQL Diff a perfect tool to reverse-engineer your database schema.
By scripting our pre-game day, we prepare our players (under game-like conditions) for most of the special situations they will encounter during the game.