Introduction

C Scripting Language
Reference Manual
Version 4.4.0

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INDEX
Introduction
   At a glance
   Supported systems
   License
Installation
Using the CSL executive
Language
Directives
System library
String library
Math library
Regular expression lib.
File library
Database library
Async Communication
Registry/Profile handling
Windows control
C API
C++ Class Interface
CSL links
  

C Scripting Language (CSL) is a well structured and easy to learn script programming language available for 32 bit Windows, OS/2 and Unix style systems. CSL follows the C syntax very closely and programmers used to C, C++ and JAVA will immediately be familiar with it. CSL is used like an interpreter: You write the program with your favorite editor and run it directly like any shell script.

A powerful set of libraries covers topics like system, strings, maths, files, async communications, regular expressions, registry and profiles, window control and others. The data access library enables high performance tasks against ORACLE, DB2, MySQL and ODBC like data import/export, schema setup scripts and other.

More than that, the CSL scripting engine can be embedded in applications. CSL has 2 programming interfaces: The C API can be used with almost every 32 bit C/C++ compiler, while the C++ class library is available for selected C++ compilers only.

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