Useful Notes About Scripting Programming Languages

Writing software from scratch gives you more flexibility but may take a long time and the drive nuts in the process. Hypothesis, for example, to write a specific word generator for creating scripts.

If you choose to use general purpose languages like C + + or Pascal, you have to type commands to create a simple word processor, then r need to write additional instructions to the word processor to the characteristics necessary to create the format and screenplays. As an option to go mad by writing everything yourself, many softwares offer their own scripting languages. Preferably to write a word processor from scratch, you can buy an existing word generator (eg, Word Perfect or Microsoft Word) and then use the scripting language word processor generator for word what you want do (such as products and screenplays format). A scripting language allows the center of a task to accomplish without worrying about irrelevant details.

But before jumping wholeheartedly in the learning and use of a scripting language, beware of the following problems:

Scripting languages are tied to a particular program. If you customize a word processor using a scripting language, the software only works on computers word processor that specific run. If you customize Microsoft Word, the software only works on computers that can run Microsoft Word, such as Windows and Mackintosh. Marketing and sales of its programs is much harder. To use the program, people must buy or already own the software (word generator, spreadsheet, etc.) that you personalize. So if you produce a traditional software Word Perfect, Microsoft Word users can not use it.

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