LotusScript


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LotusScript

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A Visual BASIC-like scripting language for Lotus Notes and Lotus SmartSuite. LotusScript is object-oriented and can be used for complex Notes programming, although Java is also available.

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LotusScript

A scripting language from IBM Lotus used to automate tasks in IBM Notes/Domino and Lotus SmartSuite. LotusScript is similar to Visual Basic. See IBM Notes.
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