Scripting, Direction - A collection of characters for displaying written text, all of which have a common characteristic that justifies their consideration as a distinct set. One script can be used for several different languages (for example, Latin script, which covers all of Western Europe). Some written languages require multiple scripts (for example, Japanese, which requires at least three scripts: the hiragana and katakana syllabaries and the kanji ideographs imported from China). This sense of the word "script" has nothing to do with programming scripts such as Perl or Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript).A stage direction within a speech should contain actions only for the speaker.Where a speech is interrupted by a stage direction that requires an action by people other than the speaker,then the direction should start on a separate line.
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