In computer programming, a script is a program or sequence of instructions that is interpreted or carried out by another program rather than by the computer processor (like a compiled program is).

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How to present a stable data model in a public API that allows internal data structures to be changed without breaking the public view of the data?

I am in the process of developing an application that allows users to write C# scripts. These scripts allow users to call selected methods and to access and manipulate data in a document. This works ...
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How to design a scriptable communication emulator?

Requirement: We need a tool that simulates a hardware device that communicates via RS232 or TCP/IP to allow us to test our main application which will communicate with the device. Current flow: ...
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Script language native extensions - avoiding name collisions and cluttering others' namespace

I have developed a small scripting language and I've just started writing the very first native library bindings. This is practically the first time I'm writing a native extension to a script ...
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Checking out and compiling repository. What is the correct approach for starting the compilation process?

I am writing a Bash script that automatically updates a repository containing source code and then compiles it. I have been a bit stuck on the part about how to start the compilation itself, i.e. if I ...
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Heredoc or an external template file in my bash script - how it affects readibility/maintanance?

I realise that this question may be down to personal preference but I'm pretty new to bash/shell scripting so thought it'd be worth some research to see if there's some sort of standard/best practise ...