Script may refer to:

  • Script (computing), a small program written for a command interpreter or another scripting language
  • script (Unix), a tool that records a tty session
  • SCRIPT (markup), a text formatting language developed at IBM
  • Scripts (artificial intelligence), a structure for representing procedural knowledge
  • Script (comics), the dialogue for a comic book or comic strip
  • Script (performing arts), the dialogue and instructions for a play, musical or other performance work
  • Script (recorded media), the dialogue and instructions for a film or television programme
  • Manuscript, any written document that is put down by hand
  • Screenplay, the dialog and instructions for a film
  • Teleplay, the dialog and instructions for a television production
  • The Script, an Irish band
    • The Script (album), an album by The Script
  • 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
  • A set of defined base elements or symbols in a writing system
  • Scripts in Unicode, collections of letters and other written signs used to represent textual information in writing systems, each assigned to a Unicode number
  • Penmanship, the writing with the hand and a writing instrument
  • Calligraphy, the art of fancy lettering, the art of giving form to signs in an expressive, harmonious and skillful manner
  • Handwriting, a person's particular style of writing by pen or a pencil
  • Hand (handwriting), varieties of formal, historic & exemplary writing styles.
  • Script (typefaces), a coordinated set of letterforms designed with stylistic unity
  • A common abbreviation or slang-type usage of Medical prescription

Famous quotes containing the word script:

    If it’s a good script I’ll do it. And if it’s a bad script, and they pay me enough, I’ll do it.
    George Burns (b. 1896)

    I long to create something
    that can’t be used to keep us passive:
    I want to write
    a script about plumbing, how every pipe
    is joined
    to every other.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)

    Take what the old-church
    found in Mithra’s tomb,
    candle and script and bell,
    take what the new-church spat upon
    and broke and shattered.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)