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The term script refers not only to single files that are evaluated but also to source text embedded within other types of files (such as, web pages), or fragments of source text that are saved as data files or passed as messages.
The structure of a script is free-form. Indentation and spacing can be used to clarify the structure and content of the script. In addition, you are encouraged to use the standard scripting style to make scripts more universally readable. See scripts: style guide for more information.
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header / body
data creation in script
Unicode encoding, BOM
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