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SCL

(language)
1. System Control Language.

2. Symbolic Communication Language. Designed primarily for the manipulation of symbolic formulas. Featured pattern matching (which was partly the inspiration for SNOBOL), string operations in buffers, and automatic storage management. "A Language for Symbolic Communication", C.Y. Lee et al, Tech Mem 62-3344-4, Bell Labs, Sept 1962.

SCL

(1) (Switch-to-Computer Link) Applications that integrate the computer through the PBX. See switch-to-computer.

(2) A file extension used for ColoRIX bitmapped graphics file format (640x400 256 colors).
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