Directual Query Language (DQL)
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Data structure can contain millions of objects. For searching and filtering them you can use Directual Query Language (DQL).
Example of applying DQL
Here are some examples of DQL-requests:
42is a synonym to
id = "42"— it finds the object with ID = 42.
(title like "sun" AND year < 1950) OR is_good = "true"— finds objects of two groups. First: with titles similar to The Sun also rises or Under the Blood-Red Sun, and with year less then 1950. Plus second: with is_good equals true.
email like "@directual.com" AND name != ""— finds objects with email field similar to [email protected], or [email protected], and with not empty name field.
birth_date <= "2000-04-09T00:00:00"— finds objects with birth_date before 9th April 2000.
Note that you have to "quote" all the values to compare with. Numbers can be compared both with quotes and without.