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relational language

(language)relational language - Relational languages specify output in terms of some property and some arguments. For example, if Tom has two brothers, Dick and Harry, a relational language will respond to the query "Who is Tom's brother?" with either Dick or Harry. Notice that unlike functional languages, relational languages do not require a unique output for each predicate/argument pair. Prolog is the best known relational language.
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relatiative
Relatio est fictio juris et intenta ad unum
Relatio semper fiat ut valeat dispositio
Relation
relation back
Relation never defeats collateral acts
Relation shall never make good a void grant or devise of the party
relation to
Relational
relational adjective
relational algebra
relational calculus
relational data model
relational database
relational database management system
relational DBMS
-- relational language --
relational model
Relationist
relations
Relationship
Relationships
Relatiorum cognito uno
Relative
relative atomic mass
relative clause
relative density
relative frequency
relative humidity
relative incidence
relative majority
relative molecular mass
relative pathname
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