ECL may refer to:
In programming languages:
- ECL programming language, an extensible programming language
- ECL (data-centric programming language)
- Embeddable Common Lisp, an implementation of the Lisp programming language
In other uses:
- Eastern Colored League, a Negro League in the United States when professional baseball was segregated
- Eastern Counties League, a football league in East Anglia, England
- Ecolab, a sanitation supply company
- École centrale de Lyon, a graduate engineering school in Lyon, France
- Educational Community License, an open source license issued to academic institutions for otherwise copyrighted material
- Emitter-coupled logic, an electronic logic family
- Electrochemiluminescence, a kind of luminescence produced during electrochemical reactions in solutions
- Enhanced Chemoluminescence
- Enterochromaffin-like cell, a gastric cell
- Exit Control List, a list of people prohibited from exiting Pakistan
- Effective Character Level, a term from Dungeons and Dragons series of role-playing games
- European Consortium for the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Languages, also known as the ECL Consortium
- Enjoying Cabin Lifestyle, a relaxation methodology.
ECL (data-centric programming language)
ECL is a declarative, data centric programming language designed in 2000 to allow a team of programmers to process big data across a high performance computing cluster without the programmer being involved in many of the lower level, imperative decisions.
Usage examples of "ecl".
Culture cramming may be a foundational belief of obsessive parenting, but the ECLS data show no correlation between museum visits and test scores.