DCL


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DCL

(1)
DIGITAL Command Language. The interactive command and scripting language for VAX/VMS.

DCL

(2)
Delphi Common LISP. An implementation of Common LISP that has been used as a basis for CLOS.

DCL

(1) (Digital Command Language) The command language for the VMS operating system. See VAX.

(2) (Data Compression Library) A set of compression routines that allow real-time compression and decompression of data. See PK software.

(3) (Data Control Language) A language used to gain access to or manage a database.
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Attaches a DCL domestic use election statement to its original U.
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Director of the laboratory Hawa Bastaki said the DCL uses the most advanced equipment and technologies to confirm the quality of gems and precious metals traded in the emirate, making Dubai one of the most trusted cities for the trade of precious metals, especially gold.
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