CCITT HIgh-Level Language 

for CCITT HIgh-Level Language.

Real-time language widely used in European telecommunications.

A general procedural language which is mainly used in the field of communications. As a general programming language it is by no means limited to that field. There is also an OO CHiLL with class extensions, methods, inheritance, and polymorphism.

Versions: CHILL-80, CHILL-84, CHILL-88. Forthcoming compiler by Cygnus, based on gcc.

Related languages
CHILL => CHILL-80   Evolution of

  • Branquart, Paul; Louis, Georges & Wodon, Pierre "An Analytical Description of CHILL, the CCITT High Level Language" LNCS 128, Springer 1982. view details
  • International Telecommunication Union. and International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee. (1982). Chill. Geneva, I.T.U. view details
  • [CCIT/ITU] "Introduction to CHILL : the CCITT high level language" Geneva. International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee and International Telecommunication Union. (1983). view details
  • "CHILL User's Manual", ITU, 1986, ISBN 92-61-02601-X. view details
  • CCITT/ISO/IEC International Standard ISO/IEC 9496, Recommendation Z.200, ISBN 82-61-03801-8 ("The Blue Book", 1988). view details
  • Palma, A. (1991). CHILL, CCITT high level language : proceedings of the 5th CHILL Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 19-22 March 1990. Amsterdam ; New York New York, N.Y., North-Holland ; Distributors for the U.S. and Canada Elsevier Science Pub. Co. view details