a contraction of will:
I’ll answer the phone. He’ll pay the check. What’ll we do?
contraction of till 1 (used when the preceding word ends in t):
Wait’ll your father comes home!
in the place quoted.
lines (of written matter)
contraction of Latin legum “of laws, in degrees;” e.g. L.L.D., which stands for Legum Doctor “Doctor of Laws.” Plural abbreviations in Latin formed by doubling the letter.
A class of language grammars, which can be parsed without backtracking. The first L stands for Left-to-right scan, the second for Leftmost derivation.
Often found in the form LL(k) where k is the number of tokens of look-ahead required when parsing a sentence of the language. In particular, LL(1) is a fairly restrictive class of grammar, but allows simple top-down parsing (e.g. recursive-descent) to be used without wasteful backtracking. A number of programming languages are LL(1) (or close).
1. Late Latin. 2. Low Latin. abbreviation 1. Late Latin 2. Low Latin 3. Lord Lieutenant 1. Late Latin 2. Law Latin 3. lending library 4. limited liability 5. lower left
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