What Are Scripting Languages?
A scripting language is a programming language that is used to write scripts, which are sets of instructions that automate tasks or control other software applications. These languages are interpreted rather than compiled, meaning that they are executed line by line at runtime, without the need for a separate compilation step.
Scripting languages are often used in web development to add interactivity and functionality to websites. They can be embedded directly into HTML code and run on the client-side (in the browser) or on the server-side (on the web server).