American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Computer Science Job Control Language
- computing Job Control Language
- Junior Classical League
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Computers), Acronym Job Control Language.
“Hey Tom In JR Collage I told my teachers I wanted to paint like JCL and frazetta thay laughed at how wortless an idea that was.”
“According to press reports in London and Tokyo, Fujitsu was about to buy controlling interest in the mainframe maker JCL, Britain's technological crown jewel and the most profitable computer firm in Europe.”
“Ai noes tihs JCL bash, n ai iz berry berry sowwy ewe mus plai wiht itz.”
“Rockwell and JCL were commercial artists, but tried hard to be the best.”
“My "job" was to encourage the study of Latin and Greek, too, I guess, but there was some kind of power-play between the outgoing student JCL president, who had thought up the position, and the main adult sponsor, who didn't think it was such a good idea, so I didn't end up doing much of anything.”
“I'm a Latin teacher who came up through JCL and am very excited to see that you were not just a member but someone whose job it was to recruit people!”
“To the younger aviators, he was a “JCL” Johnny Come Lately or a “synthetic.””
“May 26th, 2006 at 11:45 pm yeah, well, if I try really hard, I can remember what JCL and TSO mean…”
“Hey C. don't give up on JCL, the show is traveling the county for over a year.”
“The setup certainly has helped JCL Bioassay: In five years, the company has bagged 10 contracts with major drug companies.”
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