Contacts : distinguish regular Groups and Smart Groups


I would like a script to list all regular Groups in my Contacts application, but NOT the Smart Groups.
The following does return all the Groups, including the Smart Groups.

set text item delimiters to return
tell application "Contacts" to (get the name of every group) as string

I there a way for AppleScript to know whether a group is smart or not ? I did not find anything in the dictionary so I am afraid that the answer is “no”, but I thought I’d ask here anyway.

Thanks in advance. Waddy

If you get the id of the group, the end of the ID contains test such as “ABGroup” or “ABSmartGroup”

You can parse the text for this part

use AppleScript version "2.4" -- Yosemite (10.10) or later
use scripting additions

property groupList : {}
property typeList : {}

set tid to text item delimiters
set text item delimiters to ":"
tell application "Contacts"
	set typeList to {name, id} of groups
	repeat with i from 1 to count item 1 of typeList
		set gid to item i of item 2 of typeList
		set gname to item i of item 1 of typeList
		set end of groupList to {gname, last text item of gid}
	end repeat
end tell
set text item delimiters to tid
get groupList

Robertfern’s solution works, but you likely don’t have that many groups to iterate, so I might do:

tell application "Contacts" to set {dumbGroupIDs, dumbNames} to (groups whose id ends with "ABgroup")'s {id, name}