SCRIPT user's guide for NPS
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SCRIPT is a document composition program. This means that it takes a file containing normal text and special commands, and produces output in the form needed for reports, theses, manuals, and the like. Using the editor, you produce a file containing the words that will appear on the finished page. You also type into the file, as text, certain commands that will be read by the SCRIPT program to determine how the words are to apppear on the page. Of special value are commands that keep track of footnotes, references, figures, indexes, tables of contents, and such; very helpful also is to be able to adjust the appearance of the whole finished product without retyping the input text, by simply changing a SCRIPT command.
NPS Report NumberTechnical note VM-06
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