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ELLA

A hardware design language from DRA Malvern. Implemented in ALGOL68-RS.

E-mail: <ella@dra.hmg.gb>. SPARC version.

["ELLA 2000: A Language for Electronic System Design", J.D. Morison and A.S. Clarke, McGraw-Hill 1993].
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