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Generalized Automation Language

The Generalized Automation Language (GAL) is a dialect of the programming language Lisp. It's used in the field of automation to design and control computer-integrated manufacturing systems. GAL extends Common Lisp with features for managing real-time processes, communicating with I/O devices, and writing embedded software for control units within automated systems. The language supports both normal Lisp constructs as well as special constructs specific to its domain. With these abilities, GAL can be used to create adaptable and responsive automation solutions across various platforms while also allowing for high-level system abstraction during development.

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