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Script or scripting may refer to:
- Scripting languages for computers
- Script (computing), a small non-compiled program written for a scripting language or command interpreter
- script (Unix), a Unix command that records a tty session
- SCRIPT (markup), a text formatting language developed by IBM
- Scripts (artificial intelligence), a structure for representing procedural knowledge
- Computer programming, also referred to as "scripting"
- Script (comics), the dialogue for a comic book or comic strip
- Screenplay, the dialog and instructions for a film, known as a "script"
- Manuscript, any written document often story based and unpublished
- Script, a defunct literary magazine edited by Rob Wagner
- Scripted sequence, a predefined series of events in a video game triggered by player location or actions
- The Script, an Irish band
- The Script (album), an album by The Script
- Scripted, the debut album by American rock band Icon for Hire
- Behavioral script, a sequence of expected behaviors
- Life (or childhood) script in transactional analysis
- SCRIPT (AHRC Centre) Scottish Centre for Research in Intellectual Property and Technologies
- A distinctive writing system, based on defined elements or symbols generally known as a "script"
- Script (Unicode), collections of letters and other written signs used to represent textual information in writing systems, each assigned to a Unicode number
- Script typeface, having characteristics of handwriting
- A common abbreviation or slang-type usage of medical prescription
- SCRIPT (medicine), a standard for the electronically transmitted medical prescriptions in the United States
- Scrip, any currency substitute
- Scripted (company), an online marketplace that allows businesses to hire freelance writers for blogs, articles, and bulk social media posts
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