Eol



1. End Of Line.
2. Expression Oriented Language. A low-level language for strings. Versions: EOL-1, EOL-2, EOL-3. [“EOL – A Symbol Manipulation Language”, L. Lukaszewicz, Computer J 10(1):53 (May 1967)].
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