Of course, I only came back here because I was going to use it as an example in the [B]Open IT Forum: What do you want to see from IT Knowledge Exchange in 2012?[/B] thread; otherwise I still wouldn’t have known that there was a reply.
Now to see if I can use any of my “script” examples…
For the most part, comments on the blogs are moderated, so there is sometimes a little bit of turnaround before they show up on the site.
You can use any language you prefer, and we’ll gladly accept anything that promotes creativity and efficiency in the enterprise, and that could possibly be useful to other members in their own IT environments.
Don’t forget to tag your entry “IT Scripts” nonetheless!
Now I have to enter this comment to confirm what happened to my questions about the contest.
I’d normally assume it refers to a scripting language for a UNIX or UNIX-like shell, particularly an interpreted language; but I might use REXX as my scripting language.
Or I might not use a ‘script’, but instead execute a compound sequence of shell utilities or commands that I construct dynamically in a different language. If features of a shell aren’t required, there’s no need to have a ‘script’.