Missing a Python script - how can I get a new script?

I apologise if I have already asked this here - but it was a year ago, and I can not find any of my posts… ANYWAY:

I have been told by many people that I am supposed to have a python script: add_mesh_empty.py (apparently this comes with the default download to Blender.)

I do not have this script, so i can not add an empty mesh. I have been looking for it for about a year now, and I have downloaded many Python scripts and re-downloaded and re-installed Blender manytimes, as well as done searches on my system, but this script is no where to be found.

I have looked for places where i can download this script, but it is not available anywhere.

Someone in SL gave me a text version:

Name: ‘Empty mesh’
Blender: 243
Group: ‘AddMesh’
import BPyAddMesh
import Blender

def main():
BPyAddMesh.add_mesh_simple(‘EmptyMesh’, [], [], [])

BUT I have no idea how to turn this into a Python script, or even how to get it into Blender.
It is so fustrating that after 1 year, I still do not have full functionality of Blender and can not find much help out there.
Is there anyone that can help me get this script??

what version of blender are you useing? i believe it is mesh empty in 2.48 and older but renamed add object (empty) in the 2.5 versions. the blender servers seem to be out for me but if you goolge “add_mesh_empty.py” the first link is to the script on blender.org wiki.