Introduction to LMQL


LMQL is an open source programming language for LLMs.

SQL offers a widely used way to talk to your data in a database. So, says Mariya Mansurova, it’s not surprising to see a similar approach for large language models (LLMs).

LMQL (Language Model Query Language) is an open-source programming language for language models. LMQL is released under Apache 2.0 license, which allows you to use it commercially,” Mansurova says.

This article provides an introduction to LMQL with a look at both benefits and limitations. 

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