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## Scripting Quick Reference

In the command summaries on the pages that follow, when a parameter is in `CAPITAL LETTERS`, this means that the parameter is a flag that is either zero or one, or possibly a range such as zero to four. If the latter is the case, the range is specified in square brackets.
If the parameter is in double quotes, then the parameter is a string.

All other parameters are numeric. If WinImages F/x needs a floating point number, then that's how the number will be treated. If WinImages F/x needs an integer, any fractional part of the number will be discarded. So 1.5 is the same as 1 for an integer value.

The following table indexes the various types of script commands:

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