(LCS) A concurrent SML by Bernard Berthomieu with behaviours and processes, based upon higher order CCS. LCS is implemented as a bytecode interpreter and runs on Sun SPARC, SGI MIPS, and Linux.
Latest version: 5.1, as of 2000-03-17.
E-mail: Bernard Berthomieu .
Mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Language h
An early business-oriented language from NCR.
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noun any person or group crusading for a particular usage or omission within a language; also called language cops , tongue troopers Word Origin derived from such a group in Quebec, Canada, where there is an issue about the official language being French or English
- Language pollution
noun the rampant use of nonformal language and slang
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noun 1. a school for the teaching of a foreign language or languages