BOL

(redirected from Business Oriented Language)
AcronymDefinition
BOLBuzz Out Loud
BOLBole (SIL code, Nigeria)
BOLBolivia (ISO Country code)
BOLBruin Online
BOLBooks Online
BOLBill Of Lading
BOLBureau of Land (Illinois)
BOLBug Out Location
BOLBest Of Luck
BOLBroek Op Langedijk (Dutch town)
BOLBeginning Of Line
BOLBark Out Loud
BOLBoard of Livestock (Montana)
BOLBureau of Laboratories (various locations)
BOLBuy on Line
BOLBusiness Oriented Language
BOLBoard of Legislators (New York)
BOLBeginning Of Life
BOLBureau of Licensing (various locations)
BOLBrasil Online
BOLBolaffi (philatelic catalog)
BOLBeacon of Light (studio)
BOLBread of Life
BOLBe on the Lookout
BOLBurst Out Laughing
BOLBalls Of Light (paranormal phenominon associated with crop circles)
BOLBücher Online (Internet book shop)
BOLBack On-Line
BOLBupers Online (US Navy)
BOLBankers Online
BOLBausch and Lomb Inc. (stock symbol)
BOLBuildingonline
BOLBe On Later (chat)
BOLBearing Only Launch
BOLBursts Out Laughing
BOLBharat On Line
BOLBe on Lookout
BOLBeds On Line
BOLBenji Off the Leash (movie)
BOLBangalore Online (city guide website; India)
BOLBangladesh On Line
BOLBusiness Opportunity List
BOLBrotherhood of Liberty
BOLBends Over Laughing
BOLBrotherhood of Leet (Internet TV show)
BOLBridge Occupancy License (Pennsylvania DOT)
BOLBuskerud Online
BOLBuyout Labor (Marriott)
BOLBachelor of Oriental Learning
References in periodicals archive ?
The result was COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language).
In addition, and equally important, the business rules and logic guiding these eligibility decisions were mostly written in COBOL, or Common Business Oriented Language, and embedded in the code, requiring information technology (IT) assistance to make any changes.
Many of those large computers are programmed in COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language).
Common Business Oriented Language, one of the most well-known of computer fundamentals.
Some history is in order: The IT shop probably started life on the mainframe, using esoteric formats and languages such as VSAM (Virtual Storage Access Method), QSAM (Queued Sequential Access Method) and COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language).
Full browser ?