PlanoTse Handbook for Job Search Automation/Web Search Scripting Language
Web Search Scripting Language edit
A programming language is an artificial language designed to communicate instructions to a machine. Query language Query language is a programming language used to make queries into databases and information systems. If these databases and systems are together called the World Wide Web then this query language is called a web search language. Web search language is thus both a query language as well as a programming language.
PlanoTseScript is a web search scripting language. It is used to tell PlanoTse how to do the following:
- Carry out your web search
- How to filter out unwanted results, and, more importantly,
- How to combine wanted results into easy-to-understand tables, documents.
To underline the importance of PlanoTseScript, the next sentence needs to be stated. PlanoTse should become a global success when people use PlanoTseScript for web search as frequently as programers use SQL for database search. PlanoTseScript is the scripting language you use to tell PlanoTse what to do while you're in bed: (1) Google, Bing and which other web search engines to use, (2) how to process all their search results, and, more importantly, (3) how to select results and express them in form of an easy-to-understand table. People do not use Google and Bing 8 hours a day because they do not have that much time for Google and Bing. PlanoTseScript will give them the power to use web search engines 24/7/12/365 for all their information needs.
The next topic, PlanoTseScript Springboards, tells you where you can store your PlanoTseScript source code so that it can spring into action upon request.
This page is part of The Shortest Route, which is the shortest sequence of pages that would as quickly as possible bring you to the point where you can start using PlanoTse effectively for either job search automation or any other application in the mining of global data from the World Wide Web.