Definition of Command language
1. Noun. A source language consisting of procedural operators that invoke functions to be executed.
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Literary usage of Command language
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1. SAS(R) 9.1 Companion for OpenVMS Alpha by Sas Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"... The OpenVMS Digital command language Introduction to the OpenVMS Digital command language When you communicate with the OpenVMS operating environment, ..."
2. Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Resources: The Role of the edited by Catharyn T. Liverman, Carrie E. Ingalls, Carolyn E. Fulco, Howard M. Kipen (1998)
"Direct searching requires the user to have knowledge of specific field names and the complex command language, whereas menu and Grateful Med searching ..."
3. Microcomputer Security by David J. Stang (1991)
"command language Commonality In choosing software, there are merits in minimizing the ... Integrated packages offer a common internal command language, ..."
4. SAS 9.1.3 [sic.] Companion for Z/OS. by SAS Institute, SAS Publishing (2004)
"PCL (Printer command language) a command language that was developed by Hewlett-Packard for controlling Hewlett-Packard printers. Each PCL command consists ..."