command language

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A simple language which is conveyed to a program using simple text. The MSDOS command language is an example of such a technology, as is the UNIX command language. Users of such languages often pride themselves on their technical expertise in comparison with the users of technologies like graphical interfaces. Facility in a command language is a skill usually displayed by geeks.

Subjects: Computing.

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