CCITT High Level Language

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CCITT High Level Language

  1. (computing) a procedural programming language of the CCITT designed for use in telecommunication switches and still in use for legacy systems in some telecommunication companies and for signal box programming.
    • 1978, Third International Conference on Software Engineering for Telecommunication Switching Systems, 27-29 June, 1978, Institution of Electrical Engineers, page 36[1]:
      THE CCITT HIGH LEVEL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
    • 1980, Robert M. Fenichel, Introduction to the CCITT High Level Language, Defense Technical Information Center[2]:
      Introduction to the CCITT High Level Language (title)
    • 2006, P. Gnanasivam, Telecommunication Switching and Networks, New Age International, page 130[3]:
      This language is known as CCITT high level language (CHILL).