Scripting or tape recording of console programs is available.
	A script is a record of the interrupts, cursor movement and key
	presses made by a user while running a program.

	Scripts can be created by choosing the "Enable Scripting" command
	under the "Cmnds" menu on the index page.  You are then prompted
	to input a 16 character script name.  After the script name has been
	entered, start up the program to be scripted.  Upon program startup,
	you will be presented with a dialog which will allow you to determine
	which type of script you wish to create (either "Normal" or "Restart")
	or to cancel the script creation process altogether.  A restart script
	differs from a normal script in that the program is restarted at the
	beginning of script playback.  If you are on a public console, you
	will also be asked to enter your user name and password for accounting
	purposes.  You then operate the program as you normally would.  When
	you have completed all the operations you wish to record, simply
	exit the program.  While you are recording the script, you can press
	the "Insert" key at any time to insert a special piece of information.
	This can be a text file, a GIF image, or a timed pause.  Settings and
	file write locks can also be turned on and off in this manner.

	Scripts can be replayed by either the script_select or script_menu
	routines.  The "Pgm_Tools" menu also contains commands for replaying
	scripts.  Scripts can be replayed at different speeds.  A speed of
	1.0 plays the script back at the speed in which it was recorded.
	A larger speed parameter causes it to be played back more slowly,
	while a smaller value plays it back faster.  A playback speed value
	of 0.0 causes all periodic interrupts and their corresponding cursor
	movements to be inhibited.  This allows the fastest possible script

	There is a program which contains directories of scripts as well as
	other script utilities.  This program is called Script Utilities,
	and it can be found on D135.

	In addition to being executed by user request, scripts can be played
	back programatically by the Sequencer REPLAY command as well as the
	ACL "run" command.

	These functions require the following include files:


	Related functions:

	script_accept, script_check, script_create, script_delete,
	script_get_dir, script_lock, script_menu, script_select,
	script_status, script_stop, script_unlock