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Flow of execution
Each script command can succeed zero, one, or many times. Each times it succeeds it passes the context which it may have modified to the next command in the script being executed. When a script command has finished it returns to the previous script command.

The script:
every A
attribute href Link
log Link
Is executed as though it was written in a conventional programming language like:
for every A element after current element do
position at that A element
set Link to attribute of current element
log the value of variable Link
The Call and Run script commands are special. The Call command behaves as though it was replaced by the commands in the script being called. The Run command on the other hand executes the commands in the script being run, then restores the original context and executes the remaining commands in the starting script.