Definition - What does LotusScript mean?
LotusScript is an object-oriented scripting language developed and used by all IBM Lotus programs and application suites.
LotusScript, which is based on BASIC, also shares nearly identical coding syntax and structure with Visual Basic. LotusScript’s GUI is derived from the Lotus Domino Designer environment. LotusScript is primarily used in Lotus Notes/Domino/Smart Suite applications.
Techopedia explains LotusScript
LotusScript is member of the BASIC programming language family and has syntax and features that are nearly identical to Visual Basic, that is, code can be exported to Visual Basic with little or no program structure or syntax modification.
LotusScript provides comprehensive support for Lotus Notes and various applications. It also supports front- and back-end application services from Object Linking and Embedding databases.
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