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how scripting language & programming language are different?



how scripting language & programming language are different?..

Answer / mahesh

Scripting language depends on the Test Script Language on
the tool that is been used. TSL. It takes care of the
logical and physical description of each and every object
that is present in the gui.
Programming language contains only the physical
representation of the object and also the action/function
that the object will do. Prog Lang (if else, while, for
loops) can be used inside TSL for getting the correct
functionality.

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