IPTSCRAE is the scripting language used to give additional functionality to The Palace software and servers. Its name comes from the pronunciation of "script" in
Pig Latin. [http://geeksrus.com/iptscrae/whatisiptscrae.html]
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HTML, and other artificial languages, including other scripting languages, programming languages, specification languages, query languages, and markup languages to add more end-user interactions and commands to other programs, without sacrificing user-friendliness. In the past years, IPTSCRAE has even been utilized in computer peer groups through open-source language compilers, using not only transformation and hardware description languages, but also combining it with several other genres of computer languages to create an intertwined web of user-friendliness and application compatibility.
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