CPL (programming language)
CPL (from Combined Programming Language and Cambridge Programming Language before that) is a multi-paradigm programming language, that was developed in the early 1960s.
CPL or Cpl may refer to:
abbr. (context military US English) (w: Corporal)
Usage examples of "cpl".
When I learned you were here, I have summoned also Sgt Mercer and Cpl Kyle of "O" Section.
When not descending to the level of common abuse, such as telling Cpl Kyle to get knotted, sah, their argument ran that they saw no point in the proposed agricultural activity.
The gist of the argument as presented by the BORs, sah, in among their epithets to Cpl Kyle here, was that, supposing the field was dug and the potatoes planted, 26 Div would have evacuated Sumatra before the aforesaid root crop was ripe enough to benefit the military cuisine.
In particular, Cpl Kyle, you are not to discuss the matter with the men, you understand?
When I learned you were here, I have summoned also Sgt Mercer and Cpl Kyle of “O” Section.