Ccitt high-level language

(CHILL) A real-time language widely used in telecommunications. CHILL was developed in the 1970s and improved in 1984, 1988, 1992, and 1996. It is used in several countries including Germany, Norway, Brasil, and South Korea.
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[“An Analytical Description of CHILL, the CCITT High Level Language”, P. Branquart, LNCS 128, Springer 1982].
[“CHILL User’s Manual”, ITU, 1986, ISBN 92-61-02601-X. ISO-9496 (1988?)].


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