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- In general, scripting languages are easier and faster to code in than the more structured and compiled languages such as C and C++. Script languages generally take longer to process than compiled languages, but are very useful for shorter programs.
- The web browser provides a host environment for client-side computation including, for instance, objects that represent windows, menus, pop-ups, dialog boxes, text areas, anchors, frames, history, cookies, and input/output.
- a scripting language (executed at runtime)
- a lightweight programming language
- lines of executable computer code
- instructions that can be inserted into an HTML page and interact with the Document Object Model (DOM) of the page
- an open scripting language that anyone can use without purchasing a license
- supported by all major browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome & Safari.
- a language that uses object oriented concepts, it is not a true object oriented environment