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command language

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Definition of command language in English:

noun

Computing
A source language composed chiefly of a set of commands or operators, used especially for communicating with the operating system of a computer: [mass noun]: the problems of command language and syntax [modifier]: Command Language code [with modifier]: the search command language
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  • It is an embeddable, extensible command language for issuing commands to text editors, debuggers, illustrators and shells.
  • It supports its own format-free command language described in detail in the Command Summary document.
  • You don't want to learn yet another command language or obscure configuration-file format.

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