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DEFINITION: Designed and commercialized by NQL Solutions, Inc., an organization that grew out of a heritage minicomputer company. Network Query Language is an English-like script language that is similar in basic syntax to JavaScript and which offers virtually all the verbs and keywords one needs to perform content engineering. Network Query Language does not replace XML, but rather empowers web authors and developers  … 
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NETWORK QUERY LANGUAGE DEFINITION (continued): … Designed and commercialized by NQL Solutions, Inc., an organization that grew out of a heritage minicomputer company. Network Query Language is an English-like script language that is similar in basic syntax to JavaScript and which offers virtually all the verbs and keywords one needs to perform content engineering. Network Query Language does not replace XML, but rather empowers web authors and developers with the process language that really takes advantage of XML - and other basic web content constructs.Visit WhatIs.com - a knowledge exploration and self-education tool about information technology.

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