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CO2

(language, database)
An object-oriented database language combining C and O2, from GIP Altair, Versailles, France.

[Francois Bancilon et al, in Advances in Object-Oriented Database Systems, K.R. Dittrich ed, LNCS 334, Springer 1988].
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