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APPLESCRIPT files: what are they and how do I open them?

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AppleScript script

An applescript file extension is related to the AppleScript scripting language.

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The applescript file extension is associated with the AppleScript scripting language.

AppleScript is an English-like language used to create script files that control the actions of the computer and the applications (Finder, TextEdit and many more) that run on it. It is the language of automation for Mac OS X (macOS).

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AppleScript Editor

The default editor for AppleScripts in Mac

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Mac OS X

Unix-based operating system for Apple Mac computers

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macOS

A Unix-based desktop operating system for Apple Mac computers

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