Purpose:Run a script using an Active Scripting engine

 

Format:SCRIPT [/E engine] [filename ...]

 

/E(ngine)

 

engineThe name of the scripting engine        

 

Usage:

 

If you don't specify any arguments, SCRIPT will display the installed engines.

 

See also the @SCRIPT variable function.

 

TCC has a COM interface to allow the script to call back into TCC. The methods are:

 

 shell.exec("command") - execute the specified command (internal or external)

 

 shell.write("string") - write the string to stdout

 

 shell.writeLn("string") - write the string to stdout with a CR/LF

 

 shell.alert("text") - pop up a message box        

 

Options:

 

/E If the script doesn't have a recognized extension (i.e., .vbs, .pls, etc.) you will need to specify the engine SCRIPT should use to execute the script.