PlanoTse Handbook for Job Search Automation/PlanoTseScript on the Shortest Route
PlanoTseScript on the Shortest RouteEdit
On the Shortest Route, the following pages have already mentioned PlanoTseScript. The importance of PlanoTseScript cannot be overstated as roughly a third of all pages on the Shortest Route talk about PlanoTseScript. Dealing with web search automation without a web search language, e.g. PlanoTseScript, is like working with databases without a query language, e.g. SQL, also known as Structured Query Language.
- Scripting Language in PlanoTse
- This page explains that PlanoTseScript is a scripting language and it can be stored and executed on the Code & Run springboard.
- Go Script & Startup Script
- This page shows how you can get PlanoTse to run a script at start-up or when you select the Go command from the main menu.
- Automation Wizard First Page
- This page shows you how to program a user-defined button to run your own code in PlanoTseScript.
- Automation Wizard Execution Page
- This page shows you how data items are created to hold PlanoTseScript source code and how a script holder can call one another.
- Web Search Language
- This pages explains why PlanoTseScript is called a web search language.
- PlanoTseScript Springboards
- This page shows you all the places where you can store and execute your source code in PlanoTseScript.
- Ordered List in HTML
- The demo section on this page shows that you can store your source code in PlanoTseScript with every data item in PlanoTse.
- Mixing PlanoTseScript with HTML
- This page shows that you can mix PlanoTseScript with HTML and decide whether or not your PlanoTseScript source code would show up as part of the HTML output.
- Creating a Testbed
- This page shows you how to create a testbed for PlanoTseScript.
- First Lesson in PlanoTseScript
- This page shows you how to get PlanoTse to generate source code as examples of PlanoTseScript.