Definitions

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  • n. Initialism of domain-specific language.
  • n. Initialism of digital subscriber line.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • LICORICE! that S had a safe trip back that my DSL is way faster than stolen wifi the lesson to ask WHY NOT ME? when faced with a desirable experience or accomplishment taking better care of myself that AKS was right (so far) re: European men and my handwriting impulse control (repeat) chocolate with chili (repeat) …

    Felix et errabunda XXXII

  • In Nashville, a single phone line with no DSL is $45.62 (USD).

    Telmex (detached thread)

  • And most people already have one of these boxes in their homes: it called a DSL gateway.

    Greentech Media: All Content

  • (DSLs) are very important here, and we need to distinguish between an external DSL, which is a true language in and by itself, and an internal DSL which is really just a fancy word for an API expressend in a "real" language with an associated usage pattern and perhaps a nice abstract syntax added on top.

    Blogbot - forsiden

  • A DSL is a purpose-built language, with it's own verbs, rules, syntax, etc.

    Slashdot

  • I have called DSL support on occasion and the folks there were very helpful and true to their word.

    DSLreports - front page

  • That's odd because I've accepted the notion of DSL's should be a part of the programmer's toolbox ever since I sat through the "metalinguistic abstraction" section of Sussman and Abelson's MIT class in 1984.

    Planet Python

  • [3-11-09 Update] Still a sonic. net customer, although the sweetheart pricing has run out and I am now paying $50 / mo (no contract) for 1. 5Mb DSL, which is not a very good price.

    DSLreports - front page

  • Currently the only jack that works in my house with the DSL is the Kitchen jack.

    LinuxQuestions.org

  • The class is called DSL 103, and registration is available online.

    Toledo Newspaper

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