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Old 1st November 2009, 01:30
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Originally Posted by antonibede View Post
I am beginner to the scripting Lanuage.I do not know which tool I should use for the better and easy way to learn scripting.

Does any one have idea about this??
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Originally Posted by falko View Post
Are you looking for an editor? For what language?
I read the original post as wanting to know what language to use. After seeing this post, I reread the original post, and it appears that I was mistaken... but I don't know for sure.

So, that said, if you're looking for an editor (the thing you use to write the script), I would recommend Bluefish or gedit. (On Ubuntu, I prefer the default installation of Bluefish better than that of gedit, but gedit becomes my preference once I finish personalizing the interfaces on both of them.) This applies primarily for my Perl coding.

However, if you were looking for scripting language recommendations, Perl would be a good one, since it is expandable, flexible, and uses syntax similar to other languages. If you have a specific purpose, though, there may be another language that suits your needs better than Perl would.
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