L-value

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L-value or L value may refer to:

  • In programming languages, a value with a "place" of storage, potentially allowing new values to be assigned.
  • The value assigned to an L-shell, a particular set of planetary magnetic field lines
  • A measure of brightness of a lunar eclipse on the Danjon scale

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