/E-O-L/ n. [End Of Line] Syn. for newline, derived perhaps from the original CDC6600 Pascal. Now rare, but widely recognized and occasionally used for brevity. Used in the example entry under BNF. See also EOF.
1. End Of Line. 2. Expression Oriented Language. A low-level language for strings. Versions: EOL-1, EOL-2, EOL-3. ["EOL - A Symbol Manipulation Language", L. Lukaszewicz, Computer J 10(1):53 (May 1967)]. [Jargon File]