Control Language


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Control Language

(language)
(CL) The batch language for IBM RPG/38, used in conjunction with RPG III.

See also OCL.
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The McDermott R&D team takes an artist's concept drawing for a new cue design and transforms it via a CAD/CAM system into machine computer numerical control language.
Controls are programmed with Mechanism Control Language (MCL), which offers complex logical and mathematical functions and English-language words and abbreviations.
Some discerning features of these printers are footprints, bitmapped versus scalable fonts and printer control language (PCL).
The macro languages in Word and Excel have continued to evolve toward a common Basic syntax, and Bill Gates' "Information At Your Fingertips" speech Soft-letter, 11/30/90) clearly pointed to a common application control language that would seamlessly integrate individual applications.
In other words, parts of the left hemisphere control language, no matter how it is expressed, while right-side regions are involved only in skilled nonlinguistic movements and perceptions.
0 and the 10/100 Ethernet interfaces using Newport's Motion Control Language (NMCL) command set.
All TeleFlow products are now fully user-programmable in Bristol Babcock's ACCOL, which is a modular, measurement and control language.
By taking advantage of various loopholes in Netscape's JavaScript control language, computer specialists studying the product have found ways in which a World Wide Web page could, if so designed, surreptitiously discover what files exist on an individual user's hard drive.
This enables organizations to control language options within the platform on an individual user level with the check of a box.
Free, online training classes have helped community members learn the platform and the programming language called Enterprise Control Language (ECL) and be competitive in the job market.
It describes elements and applications of text-oriented programming languages statement list (STL) and structured control language (SCL) for use with both SIMATIC S7-300 and SIMATIC S7-400, including the new applications with PROFINET and for communication over industrial Ethernet.
FTD is a neurodegenerative disease that strikes people in their 40s-60s, affecting the parts of the brain used to control language, behavior and movement-the frontal and temporal lobes.