LCL


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LCL

(industrial engineering)

LCL

1. Abbr. for light center length.
2. Abbr. for “less than carload.”

LCL

(1)
The Larch interface language for ANSI standard C.

[J.V. Guttag et al, TR 74, DEC SRC, Palo Alto CA, 1991].

LCL

(2)
Liga Control Language.

Controls the attribute evaluator generator LIGA, part of the Eli compiler-compiler.

["LCL: Liga Control Language", U. Kastens <uwe@uni-paderborn.de>, U Paderborn].
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