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Terminology Used in This Guide
This guide uses the following terminology:
A command is an operation that you execute at the operating system level. An extended operation invoked by a command is often referred to as a utility.
A statement is an operation that you embed within a program or execute interactively from a terminal monitor.
Note:  A statement can be written in Ingres 4GL, a host programming language (such as C), or a database query language (SQL or QUEL).
Last modified date: 01/30/2023