just so you know what to do with inline queries, here comes a very brief=20
collection of examples. Every inline query is put between <ask> and </ask>.
Returns all articles in the category "Test" as a simple comma separated lis=
This simple output is chosen whenever you search for single articles. If mo=
than one article or data-value is involved in the query, dynamic tables are=
returned. You can click on the table headers for dynamic alphabetic/numeric=
<ask>[[is capital of:Germany]]</ask>=20
Returns every article that contains the annotation "[[is capital=20
<ask>[[is capital of:*]]</ask>=20
Returns all annotated capitals in the wiki, together with the articles abou=
what they are captital of.
<ask>[[Category:City]] [[is located in:France]]</ask>=20
Returns all cities in France.
Returns all articles that have some population assigned, together with this=
<ask>[[Category:City]] [[population:=3D>100,000]] [[is located=20
Returns all German cities with at least 100,000 inhabitants.
Well, you get the idea ...
In addition, one can explicitly modify the formatting of the output by givi=
parameters to <ask>. E.g.=20
<ask format=3D"ul"> ... </ask>
for an un-orderd list
<ask format=3D"ol"> ... </ask>
for an ordered list
<ask format=3D"table"> ... </ask>
for a dynamic table
=46inally, one can ask more complex queries by nesting questions. The tag f=
this is <q>. E.g.
<ask>[[accepted by::<q>[[organized by::Max V=F6lkel]]</q>]]</ask>
Returns everytihng that was accepted on an event organized by Max.
And all together now:
[[is located in:Germany]]
returns all large German cities which have a female mayor.
There are some more features to be described in detail soon, but this might=
get you started a bit :-)
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