Please report errors in this document using W3C's public Bugzilla system (instructions can be found at https://If access to that system is not feasible, you may send your comments to the W3C XSLT/XPath/XQuery public comments mailing list, [email protected] is a lightweight data-interchange format that is widely used to exchange data on the web and to store data in databases.Many applications use JSON together with XML and HTML.Archives of the comments and responses are available at https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-qt-comments/.
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XQuery is designed to meet the first of these requirements.
XQuery is derived from an XML query language called Quilt [Quilt], which in turn borrowed features from several other languages, including XPath 1.0 [XML Path Language (XPath) Version 1.0], XQL [XQL], XML-QL [XML-QL], SQL [SQL], and OQL [ODMG].