Once the euphoria of running your first script settles (hold on, it has been eight years and I’m still not over it...) there are a few things you can do to turn yourself from a mere scripter into a lean, mean, scripting machine. This chapter is dedicated to taking you through a few good practices that can help you turn scripting into more of a business, not from the business part, but more from the product-management viewpoint. When you script, someone benefits from your scripts financially. I get there by applying the simple “time is money” rule. It is amazing that, even with the immense time savings a single script can account for, there are things you can do to improve things for yourself as the scriptwriter.


Global Variable Repeat Loop Secondary Type Comprehensive Guide Subroutine Call 
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