COntext Dependent Information Language

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COntext Dependent Information Language definition

(CODIL) An early language for non-numerical business problems.
["CODIL, Part1. The Importance of Flexibility", C.F. Reynolds et al, Computer J 14(3):217-220, May 1971].

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