XBRL Spurs Great Expectations

Covaleski, John M.
February 2002
Bank Technology News;Feb2002, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p7
Trade Publication
Reports the development of the Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL), a computer program language designed by a business consortium in the U.S. Benefits and advantages of the programming language; Derivation of XBRL from Extensible Markup Language; Plan of Dredsner Bank Group to launch its own XBRL reporting pilot.


Related Articles

  • What is a programming language?  // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p40 

    Discusses programming languages for computers. Example of one programming language known as BASIC.

  • What is a programming language?  // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p38 

    Gives the definition of `computer programming language.' Examples of such languages, including BASIC, FORTRAN, and Java.

  • How to use this dealer/distributor matrix.  // Automatic I.D. News;Mar97 Supplement Buyer's Guide, Vol. 13, p60 

    Provides instructions on how to use matrix in finding dealers and distributors in a certain area with products and services that meet a person's needs.

  • Computer quest.  // Boys' Quest;Aug/Sep96, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p34 

    Outlines a procedure for installing basic computer language programs in a personal computer. Commands.

  • VME-system enclosure offers convertability.  // Electronic Design;12/4/95, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p151 

    Reports that the Series 440 VME-system enclosure can be converted from a rackmount unit to a desktop enclosure. The accommodation of the low-profile (7U) enclosure.

  • SGML: A solution to content portability. Cleveland, John L. // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management;3/1/95, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p28 

    Focuses on the authoring software tool called Structured General Markup Language (SGML). Enabling of the integration of sound, video, animation and hypertext linking into information developed within traditional prepress systems; Authoring as that which refers to document tagging applications;...

  • Hacking in plain English.  // Psychology Today;Jun84, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p38 

    Science is rewriting the high mass of computing to make English the language of the silicon gods. People tend to use sentence fragments and shorten frequently used words. Current programs designed to understand English may be more sophisticated than they need to be.

  • Wireless portables get a general. Soviero, Marcelle M.; O'Malley, Chris // Popular Science;May93, Vol. 242 Issue 5, p41 

    Comments on Telescript, communications software that imbues portable computers and so-called personal intelligent communicators with a common set of rules and intelligence for exchanging information with each other. Use by a variety of companies; Development of a visible command system, called...

  • Lingo lesson.  // Technology & Learning;Oct97, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p40 

    Provides a listing of terms which can assist individuals in decoding product materials and speaking intelligently with electronics salespeople.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics