Some articles on script:
... Like Smalltalk, F-Script's syntax is very simple, without requiring specific notation for control structures which are provided in a unified manner by the message ... Unlike Smalltalk, F-Script provides specific notational extensions to support the Array class, using curly brackets to describe literal arrays, which may contain any F-Script expressions ...
... F-Script is chiefly used as a lightweight scripting layer on top of Mac OS X's Cocoa API ... can be embedded in applications using the F-Script framework and Interface Builder palettes ... can also be used interactively from the F-Script interpreter to prototype applications ...
... Message expressions in F-Script are similar to those in Smalltalk they specify which object is the receiver of the message, which operation is called by the message, and ... F-Script supports unary, binary, and keyword messages ... F-Script message semantics are extended to support Array Programming by recognizing that an array operation, such as adding to numerical vectors, must be viewed as the generation of ...
More definitions of "script":
- (noun): A particular orthography or writing system.
Famous quotes containing the word script:
“Genghis Khan, in his usual jodhpurs accessorized with whip, straddled a canvas chair and gloated upon the fairyland he had built. Journalists, photographers, secretaries, sycophants, script girls, and set dressers milled and stirred around him, activity ... irresistibly reminiscent of the movement of maggots upon rotting meat.”
—Angela Carter (19401992)
“Take what the old-church
found in Mithras tomb,
candle and script and bell,
take what the new-church spat upon
and broke and shattered.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“I long to create something
that cant be used to keep us passive:
I want to write
a script about plumbing, how every pipe
to every other.”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)