CPL


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

CPL

Combined Programming Language. U Cambridge and U London. A very complex language, syntactically based on ALGOL 60, with a pure functional subset. Provides the ..where.. form of local definitions. Strongly typed but has a "general" type enabling a weak form of polymorphism. Functions may be defined as either normal or applicative order. Typed array and polymorphic list structures. List selection is through structure matching. Partially implemented on the Titan (Atlas 2) computer at Cambridge. Led to the much simpler BCPL. "The Main Features of CPL", D.W. Barron et al, Computer J 6(2):134-143 (Jul 1963).

CPL

(Cost Per Lead) The cost to an advertiser for each user who registers contact information on a website for some purpose. Also called "cost per action" (CPA). See pay-per-click, click-through rate, CPA and RPM.
References in periodicals archive ?
She said Cpl Dunsby, a University of Sussex graduate, had been "a delightful, eccentric mix between Flashman, a PG Wodehouse novel, and a Noel Coward play".
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service worked with Cpl Hassoun to turn himself in and return to the United States to face charges under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice.
David Dasher, managing director of CPL Online, said: "While we recognised there was a definite gap in the market, we didn't expect this level of demand.
All too often, long after the loan has been closed and sold upstream to a larger warehouse lender or even to the secondary market, the shortcomings of the typical CPL can come back to haunt the original lender.
Cpl McCarthy wanted to get some photographs of himself with one of their AK47 rifles, with the Afghan holding his British SA80.
There were only 7 CPL manufacturers in China in 2012, mainly the subsidiaries or joint ventures of Sinopec, including Baling Petrochemical, Shijiazhuang Refinery and Petrochemical, joint venture of Sinopec and Hengyi Petrochemical, etc.
A statement from Cpl Brownson, who was posthumously awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross for his bravery in rescuing two men in the aftermath of the Taliban bomb on Almas, was read out at the inquest at Sunderland Civic Centre.
He developed a plan to buy a memorial stone for Lance Cpl.
Our training programmes fit our clients' exact needs - Dave Dasher, head of Wirral-based CPL e-learning, left, and Daniel Davies, CPL chief executive Picture: MARK McNULTY
The investment in a new creative center demonstrates our commitment to deliver outstanding customer service to our clients and provides our staff with an excellent working environment with which to produce beautiful and successful fragrances," said Khaled Boutaleb, managing director of CPL France.
Line 3: Sgt Paul Fox, Rfl Carlo Apolis, Cpl Richard Green, Rfl Jonathon Allott, Rfl Liam Maughan, L/Cpl Tom Keogh, Cpl Stephen Thompson, CptMartin Driver, Pte James Grigg and L/Cpl Scott Hardy.
With the expansion completed, the company will be roll out 400,000 tons of CPL and 240,000 tons of AN per year.