meaning of system control language

1. System Control Language SCL The command language for the VME/B operating system on the ICL2900. SCL was block structured and supported strings, lists of strings "superstrings", integer, Boolean, and array types. You could trigger a block whenever a condition on a variable value occured. It supported macros and default arguments. Commands were treated like procedure calls. ["VME/B SCL Syntax", Intl Computers Ltd. 1980].

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