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|@@ -130,7 +130,7 @@ on how to programmatically manipulate EQL data structures.|
|The following sections explain the features provided by the EQL syntax and the|
|common usages of it. Along with code examples from the transactions, after that, we|
|are going to provide the AST data that's equivalent to the transaction, the AST the|
|are going to provide the AST data that's equivalent to the transaction, the AST is the|
|recommended format to transform EQL transactions programmatically. The EQL format is|
|great for users and interfaces, but to transform is easier if you don't have to deal|
|with the syntax details/ambiguities. The EQL library provides functions to convert from and to|