Query commands give you information about objects.
Most query commands start with the word Get or sometimes the word Count. You will find these commands in two places: under the Query menu that usually appears if you select an object in the list, and in the Query menus of the editors.
If you click a query command, the answer will be written to the Info window.
In a script, you can still use query commands to write the information to the Info window but you can also use any query command to put the information into a variable. (see Scripting 6.3. Query commands). In such a case, the value will not be written into the Info window.
The Praat program contains the following query commands:
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