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HyperTalk is a high-level, procedural programming language created in 1987 by Dan Winkler and used in conjunction with Apple Computer's HyperCard hypermedia program by Bill Atkinson. The main target audience of HyperTalk was beginning programmers, hence HyperTalk programmers were usually called authors, and the process of writing programs was called "scripting". HyperTalk scripts are fairly similar to written English, and use a logic structure similar to that of the Pascal programming language. Read more on Wikipedia...
put "Hello World"
on mouseUp select the clickLine put word 2 of the clickLine into linenum do line linenum of cd fld 1 end mouseUp
|Hypertalk for Educators: Introduction to Programming||Sharon Yoder||0||0||0.0|
|HyperTalk programming: [includes version 1.1]||Dan Shafer||1988||0||0||0.0|
|HyperCard Script Language Guide: The Hypertalk Language||Apple Inc.||1988||0||1||4.00|
|HyperCard IIgs Script Language Guide: The Hypertalk Language||Apple Inc.||1991||0||0||0.0|
|Hypertalk and Hypertext: Programming the Interface Graphic in the Macintosh and Windows 3.......||A.E. Stanley||1992||0||0||0.0|
|Hypercard Script Language Guide: The Hypertalk Language||Apple Computer Inc.||1988-08-01T00:00:01Z||Addison-Wesley|
|Hypertalk Programming/Includes Version 1.1 (Hayden Macintosh library books)||Shafer, Dan||1988-01-01T00:00:01Z||Sams|
|Hypertalk and Hypertext: Programming the Interface Graphic in the Macintosh and Windows 3.......||Stanley, A E||1992||Newtech (GB)|
|Hypertalk For Educators: Introduction To Programming||Sharon Yoder||1992||Intl Society For Technology In Educ|
|Hypertalk Programming/covers Hypercard Version 1.2 (hayden Macintosh Library Books)||Dan Shafer||1988||Sams|