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MPL

(language)
An early possible name for PL/I.

[Sammet 1969, p.542].

MPL

(2)
MasPar data-parallel version of C. See also ampl.

Compiler version 3.1.

MPL

(3)
Motorola Programming Language. A low-level PL/I-like language, similar to PL/M, but for the Motorola 6800.

MPL

(4)
MicroProgramming Language. Simple language for microprogramming. Statements on the same line represent register transfers caused by one microinstruction, and are executed in parallel.

["Structured Computer Organization", A.S. Tanenbaum, First Edition, P-H 1976. (Replaced in later editions by Mic-1)].
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maple

A hard, tough, moderately high-density wood of North America and Europe, light to dark brown in color; has a uniform texture; used for flooring, wood turning, etc. also see bird’s-eye maple.
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