A low-level language developed at the Technical University of Munich. L0 was typed and had the usual flow control, but only 3-address expressions. Higher level languages, L1 and L2 were planned.
[“Brief Survey of L0”, H. Scheidig, in Machine Oriented Higher Level Languages, W. van der Poel ed, N-H 1974, pp. 239-247].
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Linguistics. 1. first language; native language. language one (that is, first or native language)
localisation localization (begins with l, ends with n, 10 letters in between)
Linguistics. 1. second language. language two (that is, second or nonnative language)