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Commands
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delete
(application 
command)
delete 
referenceToObject
None
duplicate
(application 
command)
duplicate 
referenceToObject
Reference
duplicate 
referenceToObject
to 
referenceToLocation
error
(AppleScript 
command)
error¬
errorMessage
[ number 
errorNumber
[ from 
offendingObject
[ partial result 
resultList
[ to 
expectedType
]
exists
(application 
command)
exists 
referenceToObject
Boolean
referenceToObject
exists 
get
(AppleScript 
command)
get 
expression
get 
expression
as 
className
Value of 
expression 
get
(application 
command)
get 
referenceToObject
get 
referenceToObject
as 
className
Value of 
reference
launch
(application 
command)
launch
launch 
referenceToApplication
None
make
(application 
command)
make [new] 
className
at 
referenceToLocation
Ø
[with properties {
propertyLabel
:
propertyValue
Ø
[, 
propertyLabel
:
propertyValue
]...} ]
Ø
[with data 
dataValue
]
Reference to the 
new object
move
(application 
command)
move 
referenceToObject
to 
referenceToLocation
Reference to the 
moved object
Table A-4
Command syntax (continued)
Command
Syntax
Result 
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open
(application 
command)
open 
referenceToFile
None
open 
listOfFiles
print
(application 
command)
print 
referenceToObject
None
quit
(application 
command)
quit 
referenceToApplication
None
quit 
referenceToApplication 
saving 
saveOption
reopen
(application 
command)
reopen
reopen
referenceToApplication
None
run
(AppleScript 
command)
run
run 
scriptObjectVariable
The value, if any, 
returned by the 
script object
run
(application 
command)
run
run 
referenceToApplication
None
save
(application 
command)
save 
referenceToObject
None
save 
referenceToObject
in 
referenceToFile
set
(AppleScript 
command)
set 
variablePattern
to 
expression
expression
returning 
variablePattern
Value assigned
set
(application 
command)
set 
referencePattern
to 
expression
expression
returning 
referencePattern 
Value assigned
Table A-4
Command syntax (continued)
Command
Syntax
Result 
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Coercions
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Coercions
A
Coercions are described in detail in “Coercing Values” (page 97).
Figure A-1 summarizes the coercions that AppleScript supports for 
commonly-used value classes. To use the figure, find the class of the value to be 
coerced in the column at the left. Search across the table to the column labeled 
with the class to which you want to coerce the value. If there is a square at the 
intersection, then AppleScript supports the coercion.
Three of the identifiers mentioned at the top of Figure A-1 act only as synonyms 
for other value classes: “Number” is a synonym for either “Integer” or “Real,” 
“Text” is a synonym for “String,” and “Styled Text” is a synonym for a string 
that contains style and font information. You can coerce values using these 
synonyms, but the class of the resulting value is always the appropriate value 
class, not the synonym.
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Figure A-1
Coercions supported by AppleScript 
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‡ Only a real value that has no fractional part can be coerced to an integer.
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References
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References
A
References are described in detail in “References” (page 165).
A reference is a phrase that specifies an object. Table A-5 summarizes the 
reference forms you can use to specify objects in AppleScript. The first column 
lists the name of the reference form. The second column lists the syntax for that 
form.
The following forms specify a reference to an item in a container: Arbitrary 
Element, Every Element, Filter, Index, Middle, and Relative.
The following forms are rarely used: Arbitrary Element and Middle.
When you use references to specify objects, you can specify a series of 
containers, each of which is itself a reference, to identify the object uniquely. 
Table A-6 lists the ways to specify containers.
For examples and more detailed descriptions of the AppleScript reference 
forms, see Chapter 5, “Objects and References.”  
Table A-5
Reference form syntax 
Reference form
Syntax
Arbitrary Element
some 
className
Every Element
every 
className
pluralClassName
Filter
referenceToObject
whose 
Boolean
referenceToObject
where 
Boolean
ID
className
ID 
IDvalue
Index
className
integer
className
index 
integer
(positive 
integer
indicates position 
relative to beginning of container; negative indicates 
position relative to end of container)
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first 
className
second 
className
third 
className
fourth 
className
fifth 
className
sixth 
className
seventh 
className
eighth 
className
ninth 
className
tenth 
className
integer 
st 
className
integer 
nd 
className
integer 
rd 
className
integer 
th 
className
last 
className
front 
className
back 
className
Middle Element
middle 
className
Name
className
string
className
named 
string
Property
propertyLabel
Range
every 
className
from 
reference
to 
reference
pluralClassName
from 
reference
to 
reference
Table A-5
Reference form syntax (continued)
Reference form
Syntax
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Operators
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Operators are described in detail in “Operations” (page 213).
className
integer
through 
integer
className
integer
thru 
integer
pluralClassName
integer
through 
integer
pluralClassName
integer
thru 
integer
Relative
className
before 
reference
className
front of 
reference
className
in front of 
reference
className
after 
reference
className
back of 
reference
className
in back of 
reference
(insertion point)
beginning of 
reference
end of 
reference
Table A-6
Container notation in references 
Container 
notation
Syntax
in
reference
in 
containerReference
of
reference
of 
containerReference
's
containerReference's reference 
Table A-5
Reference form syntax (continued)
Reference form
Syntax
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Table A-7 summarizes the operators AppleScript supports. The first column lists 
the operators. The second column shows the syntax for using the operators in 
expressions. The placeholders in the syntax descriptions correspond to 
AppleScript value classes, which are described briefly in “Placeholders” 
(page 380), and in more detail in Chapter 3, “Values and Constants.”
Synonyms are listed in groups. The table shows the syntax for the first operator, 
but operators that are synonyms follow the same syntax rules. 
Table A-7
Operators  
Operator
Syntax
Arithmetic operators
*
number
number
+
number
number
date 
+
number
-
number
number
date 
-
number
date 
date
÷
/
number
( ÷ | / ) 
number
^
number
number
div
number
div 
number
mod
number
mod 
number
Logical operators
and
Boolean
and 
Boolean
not
not 
Boolean
or
Boolean
or 
Boolean
Containment operators
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start[s] with
begin[s] with
list
starts with 
list
string
starts with 
string
end[s] with
list
ends with 
list
string
ends with 
string
contains
list
contains 
list
record
contains 
record
string
contains 
string
does not contain
doesn't contain
list
does not contain 
list
record
does not contain 
record
string
does not contain 
string
is in
is contained by
list
is in 
list
record
is in
record
string
is in 
string
is not in
is not contained by
isn't contained by
list
is not in 
list
record
is not in 
record
string
is not in 
string
Comparison operators (equality and inequality)
=
equal
equals
equal to
is
is equal to
expression
expression
Table A-7
Operators  (continued)
Operator
Syntax
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¹
does not equal
doesn't equal
is not
is not equal [to]
isn't
isn't equal [to]
expression
¹
expression
Comparison operators (precedence)
<
comes before
is less than
is not greater than or equal [to]
isn't greater than or equal [to]
less than
date
date
integer
integer
real
real
string
string
>
comes after
greater than
is greater than
is not less than or equal [to]
isn't less than or equal [to]
date
date
integer
integer
real
real
string
string
£
<=
does not come after
doesn't come after
is less than or equal [to]
is not greater than
isn't greater than
less than or equal [to]
date
£
date
integer
£
integer
real
£
real
string
£
string
Table A-7
Operators  (continued)
Operator
Syntax
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