NPL (for NonProcedural Language) was a relational database language developed by T.D. Truitt et al. in 1980 for Apple II and MS-DOS.In general, a non-procedural language (also called a declarative language) requires the programmer to specify what the program should do, rather than (as with a procedural language) providing the sequential steps indicating how the program should perform its task(s).

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  • NPL (for NonProcedural Language) was a relational database language developed by T.D. Truitt et al. in 1980 for Apple II and MS-DOS.In general, a non-procedural language (also called a declarative language) requires the programmer to specify what the program should do, rather than (as with a procedural language) providing the sequential steps indicating how the program should perform its task(s). (en)
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  • NPL (for NonProcedural Language) was a relational database language developed by T.D. Truitt et al. in 1980 for Apple II and MS-DOS.In general, a non-procedural language (also called a declarative language) requires the programmer to specify what the program should do, rather than (as with a procedural language) providing the sequential steps indicating how the program should perform its task(s). (en)
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  • Nonprocedural language (en)
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