Zillions is nifty, you can play everything from Nine Men's Morris to Arimaa on it.

As for the OP I think the idea is close. To me scripting languages tend to be either bundled (JavaScript, as Tcl was intended) or interpreted. I'd also point out that batch languages (those that necessitate calls to many external programs) are often conflated with scripting languages.

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I'm not belgian but I play one on TV.


In reply to Re: At Last, a Useful Definition of "Scripting Language" by belg4mit
in thread At Last, a Useful Definition of "Scripting Language" by hardburn

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