A file in which a script is stored. A script file can be a compiled script file, a script application file, or a script text file.
A type of program that consists of a set of instructions to an application or utility program. The instructions in a script are usually expressed using the application's or utility's rules and syntax, combined with simple control structures such as loops and if- then expressions. A resource-definition file and a batch (.BAT) file are two examples of script files.
a collection of commands, instructions, or text that can be executed by your telecommunications program
a file containing (almost) any sequence of Octave commands
a file containing a sequence
a file that contains one or more related testcases
a file with a name that has extension
an external file that contains a sequence of MATLAB statements
a simple text file containing AutoIt keywords and functions that tell AutoIt what you want it to do
a text file containing commands in the PC Access for Windows script language
a text file stored in the Scripts folder of RF
A file containing a series of ESL scripting commands. Script files are executed by double-clicking on them, which causes them to be executed by the Current Bench.
In the PowerAda debugger, a script file is a file that contains a series of commands that can be used to drive the debugger. Script files are useful for debugging large, complex programs when you may not be able to complete a debugging session in one sitting.
See Main Definition: shell script Synonyms: script Related Terms: batch file Usage: usually refers to a Unix shell script. May also refer to a Windows batch file.
A file that provides instructions for navigating around host application screens. It also provides instructions for mapping transaction fields from the reader to the host application screens.