Definition – What is Scripting Language
A Scripting language is a high-level computer programming language that can be used in application development that supports automated tasks execution or manually by the system operator one by one. Unlike compiled programming language (Like Java, C or C++) it is interpreted and can be executed in the run-time environment. A scripting language is also known as the extension language.
Common Scripting Languages
There are some types of scripting languages exist that can be categorized as Glue that uses glue code, Job Control Languages, Shell Script, GUI Scripting, Application specific language etc. However, here are most and widely used scripting languages given below:
- Markup Language
- Programming Language
- Stylesheet Language