Query-by-Example: A Data Base Language

  title={Query-by-Example: A Data Base Language},
  author={Mosh{\'e} M. Zloof},
  journal={IBM Systems Journal},
is a high-level data base management language that provides the user with a convenient and unijied interface to query, update, dejine, and control a data base. W h e n the user performs an operation against the data base, he jills in an example of a solution to that operation in skeleton tables that can be associated with actual tables in the data base. The system is currently being used experimentally for various applications. Query-by-E~ample"~ is a high-level data base management language… CONTINUE READING
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