script

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İngilizce - Türkçe
senaryo

Tom bir senaryo yazarıdır. - Tom is a scriptwriter.

O, TV gösterileri için senaryolar yazar. - He writes scripts for TV shows.

Komut Dosyası
{i} sin., TV senaryo
{i} bitişik harflerle yazılan yazı
{i} el yazısı şeklinde matbaa harfleri
el yazısı/alfabe/metin
planla/metin yaz
el yazısı gibi basma harf
{i} matb. el yazısı biçiminde harf
yazı betik
(Bilgisayar) elyazısı
yazı

Bugün senaryosu bir arkadaş tarafından yazılmış bir oyun izledim. - Today I watched a play of a script written by a friend.

Tom, bunun ne tür bir yazıt olduğunu biliyor musun? Muhtemelen Tibet, ama ondan bir parça okuyamıyorum. - Tom, do you know what kind of script this is? Probably Tibetan, but I can't read a bit of it.

{i} alfabe

Arap alfabesi, Roman alfabesiyle değiştirildi. - The Arabic script was replaced by the Roman alphabet.

{i} (oyun/nutuk için) yazılı metin
{i} el yazısı

Bu bir bitişik el yazısı. - This is a cursive script.

hat
(Bilgisayar) küçük program
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) el yazısı biçiminde harf
(Ticaret) geçici senet
senaryolaştırmak
(Dilbilim) yaz

Tom, bunun ne tür bir yazıt olduğunu biliyor musun? Muhtemelen Tibet, ama ondan bir parça okuyamıyorum. - Tom, do you know what kind of script this is? Probably Tibetan, but I can't read a bit of it.

Bugün senaryosu bir arkadaş tarafından yazılmış bir oyun izledim. - Today I watched a play of a script written by a friend.

abece
(Bilgisayar) kod
(Sinema) çevirim oyunluğu
(Bilgisayar) makro
(Bilgisayar) programcık
Betik
{i} diyalog
{i} sınav kâğıdı
{i} senet
(Bilgisayar) komut dizisi
(Bilgisayar) dil
pusula
not
script error
(Bilgisayar) komut dosyası hatası
script writer
senarist
script debugger
(Bilgisayar) kod hata ayıklayıcısı
script editor
dramaturg
script editor
Komut Dosyası Düzenleyicisi
script editor
Betik Düzenleyicisi
script editor
oyun danışmanı
script ell
(Bilgisayar) el yazısı ile 'l'
script engine
(Bilgisayar) kod alt yordamı
script girl
yazman
script list
(Bilgisayar) komut satırı listesi
script maps
(Bilgisayar) kod eşlemeleri
script name
(Bilgisayar) komut dosyası adı
script order
(Bilgisayar) komut satırı sırası
script prompt
(Bilgisayar) kod komut istemi
script timeout
(Bilgisayar) kod zaman aşımına uğradı
script type
(Bilgisayar) komut satırı türü
script warning
(Bilgisayar) komut dosyası uyarısı
script wizard
(Bilgisayar) komut dosyası sihirbazı
scripted
planla/metin yaz
scripted
metne dayalı
scripting
senaryo yazimi
cursive script
işlek yazı
edit script
(Bilgisayar) komut dosyası düzenle
edit script
(Bilgisayar) dosyayı düzenle
edit script
(Bilgisayar) makro düzenle
edit script
(Bilgisayar) komut dosyasını düzenle
edit script
(Bilgisayar) komut düzenle
item script
öğe betiği
item script
(Bilgisayar) öğe komut dosyası
login script
(Bilgisayar) oturum açma komut dosyası
logon script
(Bilgisayar) oturum açma komut dosyası
scripting
senaryo yazımı
scripting
(Bilgisayar) komut dizisi oluşturma
scripting
(Bilgisayar) komutlar
scripts
(Bilgisayar) komut dosyaları
scripts
(Bilgisayar) komutlar
scripts
(Bilgisayar) kodlar
cuneiform script
çivi yazısı
phonetic script
sesçil yazı
phonetic script
fonetik yazı
shooting script
çevirim senaryosu
shooting script
çekim senaryosu
batch script
(Bilgisayar) Toplu iş komut dosyası
manuscript, script
el yazması, script
Banka ScripT
irc de sohbet edilmesini sağlayan ücretsiz yazılım ( Program )
aggressive script
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) saldırganlık senaryosu
demotic script
(Dilbilim) yalın kil yazısı
disable script
(Bilgisayar) kodu devreden çıkar
generate setup script
(Bilgisayar) kurma komut dosyası oluştur
linear script
(Dilbilim) çizgisel abece yazısı
logon script
Oturum Açma Betiği
ottoman script
(Dilbilim) eski yazı
phonetic script
fonetik alfabe
play a script
betiğin çalıştırılması
remittance script
(Kanun) alacak sükun fişi
scripted
senaryo olarak yazılmış
scripted
el yazısı ile yazılmış
select script
(Bilgisayar) komut seç
server script
(Bilgisayar) sunucu komut dosyası
setup script
Kur Betiği Dosyası
shooting script
sin. çevirim senaryosu
theater script
(Tiyatro) tiyatro metni
İngilizce - İngilizce
An abbreviation for a prescription
Written characters; style of writing
Type made in imitation of handwriting
An original instrument or document
The written document containing the dialogue and action for a drama; the text of a stage play, movie, or other performance. Especially, the final form used for the performance itself
to make or write a script
A system of writing adapted to a particular language or set of languages
A writing; a written document
A file containing a list of user commands, allowing them to be invoked once to execute in sequence
writing or handwriting of the ordinary cursive form
{i} handwriting, penmanship; original document; written text, manuscript; written text for a play (or film, television program, etc.); alphabet, system of writing; batch file, set of instructions that is executed without user interaction (Computers)
A type of program that consists of a set of instructions for an application A script usually consists of instructions that are expressed using the application's rules and syntax, combined with simple control structures The pcAnywhere source scripts have a scr extension; compiled, executable pcAnywhere scripts have a scx extension
A short computer program written in a simplified programming language, such as JavaScript, VBScript, or Perl
a particular orthography or writing system a written version of a play or other dramatic composition; used in preparing for a performance write a script for; "The playwright scripted the movie
The written dialogue, description, and directions provided by the playwright
The script of a play, film, or television programme is the written version of it. Jenny's writing a film script
In the context of the WWW, a (gateway) script is a program that runs on a Web server and processes requests based on input from the browser
The SCRIPT element is the method used by browsers to recognize scripting languages in an HTML document
A type of computer code that can be directly executed by a program that understands the language in which the script is written Scripts do not need to be compiled to be run
a written version of a play or other dramatic composition; used in preparing for a performance
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
something written by hand; "she recognized his handwriting"; "his hand was illegible"
A type of computer code than can be directly executed by a program that understands the language in which the script is written Scripts do not need to be compiled into object code to be executed
Script is a programming term referring to a set of instructions or program that is executed by another program instead of the computer processor Examples of script languages include PERL and JavaScript
prepared speech written on paper self-mailer: a brochure or other document that contains postal information (return address, bulk mail insignia or room for postage) and room for an address label so that it can mailed by itself, without having to place it in an envelope shelf-life: how long a document is held onto by the receiver sig file: a signature block consistently used that includes a tag line about your company Example
a maximal collection of characters used for writing languages or for transcribing linguistic data that have graphic representations, 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
Many if not most Web sites use scripts (little programs embedded in the web page data) for many purposes, usually benign and often helpful Various browsers implement a variety of scripting languages The most popular is Javascript, but there is also Jscript, ECMAscript, and VBscript PopUpCop regulates these with Internet Explorer's Security Zone facility PopUpCop, too, can disable scripting However, it's unusual to need to disable scripting Doing so often causes web sites to fail
a particular orthography or writing system
In the context of the WWW, a script is a program that runs on a Web browser that responds to the user inputs
write a script for; "The playwright scripted the movie"
A script, another name for a computer program, is usually written in Perl, a C-like language Scripts need to be written to incorporate functionality such as automatic indexing, automatic "what's new" features, and a variety of other specialized web applications
A collection of symbols used to represent textual information in one or more writing systems
(multiple related meanings) Something written Text produced by scribes A collection of symbols used to represent textual information in a writing system The visible part of a writing system A font that resembles handwriting, especially a running cursive style
A complete piece of programming, in whatever language, that will perform a specific task A programme or application is a complex construction of numerous scripts
The person who scripts a film or a radio or television play writes it. James Cameron, who scripted and directed both films
A computer program that is written in an interpreted programming language, and therefore stays in human-readable text format; cf executable, binary
You can refer to a particular system of writing as a particular script. a text in the Malay language but written in Arabic script
192 The sum of characters used to write, independent of allographic variations; 193 A particular system of writing, e g cuneiform script; 194 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, e g JavaScript code can be imbedded in HTML pages and interpreted by the Web browser (or client)
If you say that something which has happened is not in the script, or that someone has not followed the script, you mean that something has happened which was not expected or intended to happen. Losing was not in the script The game plan was right. We just didn't follow the script
Another term for macro or batch file, a script is a list of commands that can be executed without user interaction A script language is a simple programming language with which you can write scripts
A type of computer code that can be executed directly by a program that understands the programming language
A script is a simple program written in an interpreted language such as PERL or CGI
A program of D4 usually contained in a text file A script specifies a sequence of operations to be performed For example, a script may contain the data definition language statement necessary to create a particular business model
An iterative procedure usually written for a specific operating system, such as a shell script or a batch file, which performs a series of commands in a particular sequence
script editor
A member of a television drama production team who liases with a team of writers to ensure conformity and suitability
script editors
plural form of script editor
script kiddie
A (usually amateur) hacker who compromises files on others' computers or launches attacks on computer systems, using widely distributed computer programs or scripts, rather than using their own unique programs or scripts
script kiddies
plural form of script kiddie
script kiddies
plural form of script kiddy
script kiddy
Alternative spelling of script kiddie
script monkey
An operator at a call centre who works entirely from scripts and is thus unable to help with any problems for which no script exists
script monkey
A hacker who has no talent other than for using other people's scripts
script monkeys
plural form of script monkey
script supervisor
a member of a film crew responsible for maintaining the film's internal continuity and for marking the production unit's daily progress in shooting the film's screenplay
Arabic script
The 28-letter abjad used for writing the Arabic language. Derived from the Phoenician alphabet. The Arabic script has been adapted for use in a wide variety of languages other than Arabic, including Persian, Kurdish, Malay, Urdu and some Punjabi dialects
Cyrillic script
Cyrillic writing system, including the several Cyrillic national alphabets
Khmer script
The complex abugida script that is used to write the Khmer language (Cambodian). It consists of two series of consonants and a host of vowels. Each consonant also has a subscript form, called a leg, used to create consonant clusters
Latin script
the Latin alphabet

Currently the dominance of Internet-based tools and interfaces that accommodate only Latin scripts limits content diversity, the development of local content, and intercultural exchange and collaboration.

Tibetan script
An abugida writing system of Indic origin used to write Tibetan as well as Dzongkha, Ladakhi, and sometimes Balti
grass script
a style of cursive script used in Chinese calligraphy: 草書/草书
scripted
Simple past tense and past participle of script
scripted
Planned

It looked like a chance meeting but actually it had been carefully scripted, just so Tom could meet Jane.

seal script
An ancient style of Chinese calligraphy
shell script
A prewritten list of commands, and perhaps other control information, to be executed (interpreted) by a shell or other command interpreter
Arabic script
written form of the Arabic language
Assyrian script
square Hebrew letters
Phoenician script
most ancient form of writing
Rashi script
special style of writing developed and used by Rashi (medieval French Jewish commentator on the Bible)
cgi script
Used to supplement basic HTML to make your website more interactive and functional Hit counters, guest books, order forms, and many other useful features can all be programmed in CGI scripts klirrfaktor offers a free library of CGI scripts that you can use to enhance your web site All of our plans come with its own local cgi-bin directory, where you can store custom cgi scripts that you may have written yourself or found else where on the web
cgi script
Short for Common Gateway Interface script - An external application that is executed by an HTTP server machine in response to a request by a client such as a Web browser The most commonly used language for CGI scripts is Perl, because it is a small but robust language CGI scripts can also be written in C, C++ and Visual Basic
cgi script
A program, often written in the PERL programming language, written to run on any computer They add value to a website by doing any number of cute things For example, a CGI script can send a visitor to a "thank you" page when they submit a form They normally go in a separate folder from your HTML files
cgi script
A Common Gateway Interface Script This is a program which is run on demand to generate the content of a web page If a web page has to do more than simply feed an unchanging text and graphics display to the viewer, you will probably need some sort of dynamic content generation program such as a CGI Script Examples include discussion boards, feedback forms, e-commerce shopping carts, and more
cgi script
CGI script or also known as Common Gateway Interface, allows you to run programs on a server that can add interactivity It also allows information to be output dynamically Hit counter tracking, mail forms, searches, and guest books are all examples of CGI scripts CGI can be written with numerous programming languages such as UNIX SH, KSH, CSH and C Even though CGI can be written in a wide variety of languages, Perl is still the predominant language because it is much more accepted around the world CGI programs come free with operating systems such as Linux There is usually a tutorial included as well
cgi script
(Common Gateway Interface): A set of rules that describe how a Web Server communicates with another piece of software on the same machine, and how the other piece of software (the "CGI program") talks to the web server Any piece of software can be a CGI program if it handles input and output according to the CGI standard Usually a CGI program is a small program that takes data from a web server and does something with it, like putting the content of a form into an e-mail message, or turning the data into a database query You may see that a CGI program is being used by seeing "cgi-bin" in a URL This is not always the case
cgi script
Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is a standard for interfacing external applications with information servers, such as HTTP or Web servers A CGI script allows a program to be run on your server which can output dynamic information Some examples of cgi scripts are: hit counters, mail forms, search pages and guestbooks Although Perl is the predominant language because of it's worldwide acceptance, CGI can be written in any number of programming languages such as, Unix SH, KSH, CSH, and C
cgi script
The Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is an application programming interface (API) for writing programs that perform functions on the Web The Oracle WebServer supports this standard, but also offers the Web Request Broker as an alternative
cgi script
A short, uncompelled computer program written using a scripting language (typically Perl) that handles the communication between web servers and other applications For instance, when a user fills out an online form, a CGI script might be used to take the output from the form, extract the key data, and insert it into a database using SQL commands Or the script might similarly be used to take a user-defined keyword, insert it into a SQL query, use the query to extract data from the database, wrap HTML markups around the data, and send it back to the user as a document containing the information the user request
cgi script
This scripts are used as a supplement to regular HTML They are frequently used to increase functionality and and make websites more interactive Hit counters, guest books, order forms, and many other useful features can all be programmed in CGI scripts Hosting24-7 com offers a free CGI Library you can access from your control panel The library comes with preconfigured banner rotator, clock, formmail and other pre-written cgi scripts All of our plans come with its own local cgi-bin directory, where you can store custom cgi scripts that you may have written yourself or found else where on the web
cgi script
(Common Gateway Interface) The common gateway interface is a standard way for a Web server to pass a Web user's request to an application program and to receive data back to forward to the user A method or convention for passing data back and forth between the server and the application
cgi script
A short, uncompiled computer program written using a scripting language (typically Perl) that handles the communication between web servers and other applications For instance, when a user fills out an online form, a CGI script might be used to take the output from the form, extract the key data, and insert it into a database using SQL commands Or the script might similarly be used to take a user-defined keyword, insert it into a SQL query, use the query to extract data from the database, wrap HTML markups around the data, and send it back to the user as a document containing the information the user request
cgi script
A program residing on a Web Server (usually in a directory called cgi-bin), which processes data from an HTML form CGI Scripts can be written in any programming language suitable for handling text data (strings), but Perl (http: //www perl com) is the most popular scripting language CGI stands for Common Gateway Interface
cgi script
A computer program, most frequently written in C, Perl, or a shell script, that uses the Common Gateway Interface (CGI) standard to provide an interactive interface between a user or an application and a Web server CGI script is most commonly used to develop forms that allow users to submit information to a Website
cgi script
A program that creates HTML on-the-fly or performs some other function This HTML code is shown as a web page or as part of a web page A web server allows the CGI Script to be run and then includes it's output in a web page An example of a CGI Script is a web page counter which simply shows how many people have viewed that page Any program may be a used as a CGI Script The word Script implies an interpreted language such as Perl or Python A "CGI Program" more correctly identifies programs that contain executables
cgi script
Common Gateway Interface script A program that is run on a Web server, in response to input from a browser The CGI script is the link between the server and a program running on the system; for example, a database
cgi script
A program that is run on a Web server, in response to input from a browser The CGI script is the link between the server and a program running on the system; for example, a database CGI scripts are used with interactive forms
cgi script
A cgi script (Common Gateway Interface) is a program that is is run on a web server, triggered by input from a browser The gateway script is usually a link between the server and some other program running on the system (e g Cgi scripts are used to process form information )
cgi script
Stands for Common Gateway Interface CGI is a program that lives on your web host's The scripts stay on your server or host's web server When the web servers receive data the scripts and process that data, then send the processed results back to the browser
login script
{i} login commands, group of instructions that a computer performs in order to connect to the Internet or other computer network
post script
P.S., additional text added to a letter or document
scripted
{s} written in the form of a script, written as if for filming or broadcasting (of a text); programmed as a script (Computers)
scripted
past of script
scripted
A scripted speech has been written in advance, although the speaker may pretend that it is spoken without preparation. He had prepared scripted answers. a speech or broadcast that is scripted has been written down before it is read
scripted
written as for a film or play or broadcast
scripting
{i} process of writing a text for a play (or film, television program, etc.); process of creating a batch file, process of programming a script (Computers)
scripting
A step in the collective creation process during which the written text is created and recorded
scripting
Creating a set of instructions for a Web page using a scripting language
scripting
Command-level programming A sequence of commands in a shell-executable file is called a script Sometimes the execution of the commands contained in the script requires other source files, which are considered to be part of the same overall script (See Chapter 4 for examples )
scripting
The process of creating instructions that a computer application can understand and use
scripting
Computer Programming which makes the site work! Script/programmes which for example: call data from databases, make mailing systems work and control the content of the site Close this window
scripting
An HTML page which passes variables back to the server
scripting
the writing of evidence and notes throughout an assessment activity (e g , interview, classroom observation) about what is happening Scripting does not include making judgments or interpreting the evidence and notes Scripting may be continuous throughout the activity or intermittent at pre-specified time intervals (e g , 3 minutes on, 2 minutes off) See Evidence, Notes
scripting
A simple programming language, such as Perl, that enables Web page designers to enhance the look of or add functionality to a Web page Scripts are typically implemented by embedding script code in an HTML document
scripting
present participle of script
scripting
In order to be able to batch process requests for images, the ability of a piece of software to run scripts is essential Audela will process a TCL script parsed to it - e g , typing: "audela data tcl" at the command prompt will make Audela run & process the script data tcl A more powerful way for Audela to run using scripts, is in a client/server model This is the approach that will be taken by Project Galileo Scripts will be retrieved by a database client from the Project Galileo website An audela client on the same machine as the database client will then communicate the scripts to the Audela server which runs on the telescope computer The audela client can be run at given intervals, or when sufficient data has been gathered by the database client to warrent movement of the telescope and image capturing
scripting
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scripting
Scripting is programming Don’t let the different term or the relatively short length of the programs fool youwriting and modifying scripts is best left to experts Note that web servers restrict the ability to run scripts (execute) to certain directories, and that these directories often have different access rights than the rest of the site, so even if you can upload HTML pages you may need help getting to the scripts
scripts
Observing Specifications Log
scripts
These can be considered a type of formulaic speech They are are memorized sequences of utterances which are more or less fixed and predictable, e g 'How do you do?'
scripts
a set of instructions; there are script languages such as JavaScript and VBScript that are used to go beyond the capabilities of the HyperText MarkUp Language (HTML)
scripts
Backtalk's behavior is driven by script files Each script is a program written in the Backtalk script language, which is run to draw a page on the display, with all the buttons and controls required All script files are kept under in the script directory, and have names ending with a `` bt'' suffix
scripts
Scripts are computer programming code written in relatively simple programming languages
scripts
Batch files ( bat) or executable ( exe) files that run when a computer starts up or shuts down or when a user logs on or off at any type of workstation on the network Windows 2000 supports Windows Scripting Host Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) and JScript, while continuing to support MS-DOS command scripts and executable files
scripts
plural of script
scripts
An HTML page which passes variable back to the server
scripts
Elements specifically written for text chat, browser links and digital photo that serve an individual's needs
scripts
In symbolic interactionism, it is the observation that humans act as though they were following a script; they are influenced by past events and experiences and act accordingly in ways that make sense to them
scripts
Scripts are small programs providing some interaction with the user Programs which run on the user's computer are usually written in Javascript, which is supported by all major browsers For programs running on the web server (server-side) the most common scripting languages are Perl and Microsoft's Active Server Pages BackBack to main documentinternet lynx
scripts
The contents of a computer programming language, or list of instructions Also referred to as macros or batch files
scripts
A representation of a schema in terms of a sequence of abstract actions with slots for specific instances See [Schank77] and schema [Omerod90]
scripts
ArcView scripts are macros written in Avenue, ArcView's programming language and development environment With Avenue you can customize almost every aspect of ArcView, from adding a new button to run a script you write, to creating an entire custom application that you can distribute
scripts
third-person singular of script
shooting script
The final version of a movie or television script with the scenes arranged in sequence as they are to be filmed or taped
shooting script
the final detailed script for making a movie or TV program
script