Query

The process of selecting features in a database. Can be acheived through a query language directly on the data or, in a GIS, by interactively selecting features.
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Query

An inquiry sent to a server.
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Query

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) Message used to inquire about the value of some variable or set of variables.
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Query

Que'ry noun ; plural Queries . [ Latin quaere , imperative sing. of quaerere , quaesitum to seek or search for, to ask, inquire. Confer Acquire , Conquer , Exquisite , Quest , Require .] 1. A question; an inquiry to be ...
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Query

Que'ry intransitive verb 1. To ask questions; to make inquiry. « Each prompt to query , answer, and debate.» Pope. 2. To have a doubt; as, I query if he is right.
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Query

Que'ry transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Queried ; present participle & verbal noun Querying .] 1. To put questions about; to elicit by questioning; to inquire into; as, to query the items or the amount; to ...
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Query

• (v. i.) To ask questions; to make inquiry. • (n.) A question in the mind; a doubt; as, I have a query about his sincerity. • (n.) A question; an inquiry to be answered or solved. • (v. t.) To doubt of; to regard with incredulity. • (v. t.) To put questions about; to elicit by questioning; to inquire into; as, to query the...
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query

query 1. A request for information. 2. A doubt or criticism.
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Query

is a question or series of questions that are presented to a knowledge management system or information retrieval system. Data and information can be retrieved with a query. The most precise queries are those which return the fewest false drops. The result of a query needs interpretation by the requestor. A query may return sorted or unsorted repli...
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Query

[complexity] Computational complexity theory can then be phrased in terms of the power of the mathematical logic necessary to express a given query. ...
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Query

(n) Query is defined as a question, doubts, clarifications sought on any issue related to the subject matter of consideration put for ward with an intention to get an answer or clarifications etc. from the concerned person.
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query

n. common lawyer lingo for a question to be answered.
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query

In computing, a question asked of a database. Queries form the bulk of programmed processes and are run as an intermediate stage between data input and the output report. A query needs to be set up and executed in order to generate information that will then be passed to the report generator. Queries are often set up by the database designer and ru...
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Query

[Quaker] Quakers use the term Query to refer to a question or series of questions used for reflection and in spiritual exercises. Friends have used Queries as tools for offering spiritual challenges to the community for much of their history. Queries often take the form of a collection of themed questions that are read at the beginning of a...
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Query

In general, a query is a form of questioning, in a line of inquiry. A query may also refer to: In computing: Persons with the surname Query: ...
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Query

A search performed to retrieve information from a database.
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Query

A one page letter pitching an article or a book idea to an editor. It usually consists of a catchy introduction, a bit of background on the topic, and a synopsis of the writer
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Query

This is to make a computer request of a database.
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Query

A request for information, usually to a search engine. A key word or phrase that instructs the searc
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Query

A request for information, usually to a search engine. A key word or phrase that instructs the searc
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Query

The actual 'search string' a searcher enters into a search engine.
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Query

A search performed to retrieve information from a database.
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Query

A general term to describe the formation, usually in a prescribed format, that a computer process would use to retrieve specific information from another process as opposed to a wholesale transfer of data.
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query

an instance of questioning
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query

pose a question
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