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Full variability language (FVL)

This type of language is designed for computer programmers and provides the capability to implement a wide variety of functions and applications Typical example of systems using FVL are general purpose computers. In the process sector, FVL is found in embedded software and rarely in application software. FVL examples include: Ada, C, Pascal, Instruction List, assembler languages, C++, Java, and SQL.

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