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Extensible Embeddable Language

EEL (Extensible Embeddable Language) is a scripting language optimized for integration within software applications. Designed as a cross-platform tool, EEL is used to create customizable interfaces that allow end-users to automate complex tasks or extend the functionality of embedded systems. The programming language has syntax and structure similar to C, making it relatively easy for developers already familiar with this family of languages to learn. Initially developed for Reaper, an audio workstation software, EEL has demonstrated its adaptability in various multimedia applications due to its lightweight execution and dynamic typing capabilities.