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.
A system of characters used to write one or several languages. Characters denote isolated sounds, syllables, or word elements and are governed by a general set of rules for creating text, such as default writing direction.
Type designed to suggest writing with a brush or pen.
A script or writing system is a distinctive set of characters that may be used to write many languages. The alphabetic Latin or Roman script is common in Europe and the Americas. The Arabic script is used throughout the Muslim world. All alphabets are rooted in an ancient Northwest Semitic script. Characters in Asian scripts like Chinese Han and Korean Hangul are ideographs, as were ancient Egyptian. Syllabaries like Indic Devanagari and Japanese Katakana have single characters that represent combinations of consonants and vowels.
A set of graphic symbols employed in writing or printing a particular language, differing from another set not only by typeface or font. Groups of different scripts form writing systems. Examples: Roman, Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, Korean, Thai and Hebrew scripts belong to the alphabetic writing system; Amharic, Japanese Kana and Inuktitut (Eskimo) to the syllabic; Chinese Han and Japanese Kanji to the logographic.
A kind of writing, or a system of alphabetical or other written characters.
a particular orthography or writing system
write a script for; "The playwright scripted the movie"
a blueprint and as everyone says, "Writing is rewriting"
a collection of characters (glyphs, independent of coding) that are used together, typically to represent one or more languages
a collection of related characters required to represent text in a particular language, for instance, Latin, Greek, Thai, Japanese, or Arabic
a collection of symbols used in one or more related writing systems or languages
a collection of symbols used to represent textual information in a language
a language that the webmasters put in their sites to brighten it (images, texts, effects
an excellent language for developing web-based applications to manage websites interactively, retrieve information from visitors, store data, and display dynamic content, such as calendars, listings, and searches
a set of letters required to write in a particular language
A system of written language, such as Latin script, Arabic script, Chinese script. Note that a single script may apply to one or many human languages, and that a script has no particular relation to a font: for example, Latin script can be rendered equally well by Times New Roman or Arial fonts.
A set of characters used to write a particular set of languages. For example, the Latin (or Roman) script is used to write English, French, Spanish, and most other European languages; the Cyrillic script is used to write Russian and Serbian.
A set of symbols used in writing one or more languages. The alphabet, syllabary, and ideographs, are among the most common types of scripts.
In character sets, a set of characters from a particular writing system, such as Arabic, Cyrillic, Hebrew, or Latin.
A script is a type of programming language that can be used to fetch and display Web pages, or add interactivity to a site. There are multiple kinds and uses of scripts on the Web, such as creating all or part of a page, communicating with searchable databases. Web page forms (boxes) and many interactive links, which respond differently depending on what you enter, all require some kind of script language.
A collection of related graphic symbols that are used in a writing system. Some scripts can represent multiple languages, and some languages use multiple scripts. Example of scripts include Latin, Arabic, and Han.
the written words and stage directions created by a playwright.
A script is a system of written language, for example, Latin script, Arabic script, Chinese script. A single script can apply to one or many human languages. The script has no particular relation to a font. For example, the Latin script can be rendered equally well by the Times New Roman or the Arial font.
A form of typeface based on writing, having generally continuous strokes that connect letters. See our Typeface Classification Guide.
connected, flowing letters resembling hand writing with pen or quill. Either slanted or upright. Sometimes with a left-hand slant.
An SGML term that names the style or purpose of the included text. Usually of the form TAG.../TAG. The DynaWeb search language supports searching for the content of these tags as well as the text they surround.
A structure rather like a frame which represents situations or events, and which is used as a knowledge representation formalism. It is particularly suited to natural language understanding systems. See also Conceptual Primitive.
The way a language is represented in writing.
A collection of statements written in a Scripting Language.
Most CMS products have a scripting language that can be included in the page content to change the way an individual page is displayed. This is a type of software.
a maximal collection of characters used for writing languages or for transcribing linguistic data that share common characteristics of appearance, share a common set of typical behaviours, have a common history of development, and that would be identified as being related by some community of users. Examples: Roman (or Latin) script, Arabic script, Cyrillic script, Thai script, Devanagari script, Chinese script, etc.