A collection of Unix commands, structured together as a program and stored as an executable file. The commands in a script are interpreted by the shell (normally sh) and treated as if they were entered in order by the user at the command line.
programming: A user-definable set of instructions for use by an application. Two common script systems are the HyperTalk programming language used by HyperCard and AppleScript for Apple events. Really a high-level programming language, but the term "programming" scares novices.
A set of shell commands in an executable file.
A set of instructions for a program to follow.
A written description of the video and audio that specifies the content of the production. It is the dialogue for the actors and the direction for the directors, camera operators, and editors.
A blueprint for the action, narrative and dialogue in a media product.
A written document containing (in modern times) all the dialogue and stage directions the writer thinks are necessary for a director and actors to create the play on the stage. In the time of Shakespeare and Marlowe scripts did not contain written stage directions as today. This means that any you see at the beginning of scenes, such as â€˜Faustus sitting alone in his studyâ€™, have been added by modern editors to help us imagine the scene visually when weâ€™re reading.
The written words and logic to be followed in the handling of a contact. A script is used to assist the agent in maintaining focus on the content of the contact.
A writing; a written document.
Written characters; style of writing.
The graphic form of a writing system
script is a character set and associated rules for putting letters together. Latin, arabic, katakana and hanja are all scripts.
(see also textbook glossary) A knowledge structure, similar to a schema, that describes the sequence in which events are expected to occur.
A sequence of steps to be executed by an Enterprise Server intelligent adapter.
a predetermined stereotyped sequence of actions that defines a well-known situation' (Schank and Abelson, 1977)
a conventional sequence of actions for achieving some purpose
Type made in imitation of handwriting.
A particular type, or model, of handwriting. There were different categories of medieval script, often used for different purposes or types of text. An individual scribe may know several different scripts. See also: hand.
a term used for the constantly changing style of handwriting used in manuscripts that generally establishes a time period or location in which a manuscript was written; distinguished by majuscule (uppercase) and minuscule (lowercase) lettering; cursive (rapidly written) or formata (formal) and arguably falling into the following eras: Uncials 400-600; Insular minuscules 500-1000; Anglo-Saxon 600-1100; Carolingian minuscule 800-1200 Early Gothic ca. 1150; Late Gothic ca. 1400.
something written by hand; "she recognized his handwriting"; "his hand was illegible"
A form set up by the administrator to create something on an intranet that is used more than once, such as a conference.
a collection of customised settings for mIRC
a pre-set geometrical algorithm
a set of expectations about what will happen next in a well-understood situation
a collection of binds and aliases meant to perform as a package
a series of aliases (basically
a series of events sent to an application
a series of SQL
a group of Lingo statements that performs a particular action
a group of statements, separated by semicolons
a set of Transact-SQL statements stored in a file
A file used by Second Site that contains VBScript statements. SOS files and the theme.sst file contain only script statements, whereas template files include both HTML statements and script.
General remembered outline of a familiar, repeated event, used to guide behavior. (207)
a document that outlines every aural, visual, behavioral, and lingual element required to tell a story
a recipe that tells the software what to do
The outline of the story that the Director wishes to tell, containing the basic plot, the general flow of the story, and any important goals, obstacles, events, or situations the Actors will encounter.
an INF file that specifies the settings that Setup uses when installing the operating
an m-file without a function declaration at the top
an m-file without the function declaration at the top
server Service shell Silence smile SorceryNet sound file