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<div class="hatnote" style="margin: 1em 2em;">''"system" redirects here; not to be confused with the [[SystemA]] pattern.''</div>
 
<div class="hatnote" style="margin: 1em 2em;">''"system" redirects here; not to be confused with the [[SystemA]] pattern.''</div>
   
Triple scripts are written to use parametric '''capabilities''', leading to programs written to target an '''abstract system interface''', rather than directly making use of platform-specific affordances exposed by the host environment. Note that it is this abstraction which is crucial to the [[homologous]] nature of triple scripts, allowing them to run both in the [[universal application runtime]] (possibly even with a graphical UI, at the author's discretion) or directly in the terminal.
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Triple scripts are written to use parametric '''capabilities''', leading to programs written to target an '''abstract system interface''', rather than directly making use of platform-specific affordances exposed by the host environment. Note that it is this abstraction which is crucial to the [[homologous]] nature of triple scripts, allowing them to run both graphically or directly in the terminal.
   
 
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== See also ==

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