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 for Register Transfer Language
From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (30 December 2018) :

  Register Transfer Language
  
     (RTL) 1. A kind of hardware description language (HDL) used
     in describing the registers of a computer or digital
     electronic system, and the way in which data is transferred
     between them.
  
     2.  An intermediate code for a machine with an infinite number
     of registers, used for machine-independent optimisation.
     RTL was developed by Chris Fraser  and
     J. Davidson  at the University of Arizona
     in the early 1980s.  RTL is used by the GNU C compiler,
     gcc and by Davidson's VPCC (Very Portable C compiler).
  
     ["Quick Compilers Using Peephole Optimisation", Davidson et
     al, Soft. Prac. & Exp. 19(1):79-97 (Jan 1989)].
  
     (1994-11-16)
  

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