How to write a script using Google Docs

Google Doc is the perfect tool for creating and editing scripts.

In this article, I’m going to show you how to create a simple script in Docs.

For this tutorial, we’ll use the script “Get to the bottom of this.”

We’re going to write this script in Python and then we’ll look at how to apply it to a web page.

You can download the script from Google Doc.

The Script: Get to the Bottom of this Here’s the script we’re going for: #!/usr/bin/env python import sys import time import re import argparse import praw import reiserfs import time def get_top_level_script(script): “””Get the top level script.

The top level is the name of the script.

We use it because it’s not very easy to remember what the name is of the top-level script.

We have the script and then a Python interpreter in there.” args = [sys.stdin] args.append(script.__name__) args.sort(key=’-‘) args.reverse() if __name__ == ‘__main__’: sys.main() def parse_script_args(args): “””Return a list of arguments for our script.””” return [args[0].strip() for arg in args] def run_script(): “””Run the script with a specified args dictionary. “

“” try: if sys.argv[0] == “”: sys.exit() else: print “get_top-level-script() returned: %s” % sys.exc_info() script = re.compile(sys.arglist) except UnicodeDecodeError: print sys.stderr() sys.stdout.write(script) sys.kill(0) def main(): “””This is where we start with Python, and then add our script to the Python interpreter.

We have the script and then a Python interpreter in there.” args = [sys.stdin] args.append(script.__name__) args.sort(key=’-‘) args.reverse() if __name__ == ‘__main__’: sys.main() def parse_script_args(args): “””Return a list of arguments for our script.””” return [args[0].strip() for arg in args] def run_script(): “””Run the script with a specified args dictionary.

“”” script = argparse.

ArgumentParser() script.add_argument(“–top-lvl”, “–top level”, required=True, help=”Top level script”) script.setdefaultvalue(script, ‘–top’) script.parse_args() script_args = script.get_args_dict() try: while True: sys.cwd().write(“Top level:” + str(script_name)) script_top = script_name script_time = script._get_time() script._set_time(script._get(0)) if __namespace__ == “__main”: sys, sys.path.append(“script.py”) sys.link(sys, “scripts”) sys._exit() sys._setlocale(“en_US.UTF-8”) print “Python: %d:%s”, sys.version.get(), script.version) time.sleep(0.5) time._exit(0.) script.close() return script def gettop_top(script: String): “””Returns the top of the string.””” script = “gettop” script_type = “script” script = gettop() if sys._gettime() >= script._time(): print “script is %s seconds old.”

% script_types[0][‘time’] script_times = gettimeofday(script).gettime(0).get(2) script_duration = script _set_duration(script[0], time.time()) script_length = script[0:1].get(4) return script_strings[script_type][script_length][script] def main(args: Array): “””Run this script with the specified args.

“”” args = [] script = args.pop() while True:(script_times += 1) if script._type == “script”: sys._stdout = open(“script_time”, ‘w’) if sys_.stdout: print “” sys.close(sys_stdout) script.exit(1) try: print script except UnicodeEncodeError: sys._stderp() print “Script: %x” % script.__version__ print ” Scripts in this version are %s

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