Books in this subject area deal with scripting languages: programming languages that allow some control of software applications. Languages chosen for scripting purposes are often much higher-level than the language used by the host application. They are distinct from the core code of the application, which is usually written in a different language, and by being accessible to the end-user they enable the behavior of the application to be adapted to the user's needs.
The following 33 related categories may be of interest, out of 33 total.
- ► Book:ActionScript Programming (13 pages)
- ► Book:Active Server Pages (15 pages)
- ► Book:An Awk Primer (1 cat, 25 pages)
- ► Book:Apache Ant (35 pages)
- ► Book:APE Users Guide (1 page)
- ► Book:AppleScript Programming (1 cat, 28 pages)
- ► Book:ASP.NET (1 cat, 9 pages)
- ► Book:AvernumScript (12 pages)
- ► Book:AWK (1 page)
- ► Book:DXFortran (1 page)
- ► Book:FPI Script (2 pages)
- ► Guide to Windows Commands (6 pages)
- ► How to CMD code (1 page)
- ► Lua Functional Programming (3 pages)
- ► MIRC Scripting (2 cats, 13 pages)
- ► Rexx Programming (37 pages)
- ► Book:Tcl Programming (14 pages)
- ► Windows Batch Scripting (1 page)
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The following 34 pages are in this category, out of 34 total.