Cesil, or Computer Education in Schools Instruction Language, was a programming language designed to introduce pupils in British schools to Assembly language. It is rather difficult to define it as high or low level. It has a total of fourteen instructions:
Load value - place the immediate value or the contents of the variable named in the accumulator.
Store variable - place the contents of the accumulator in the variable.
Jump label - transfer control to location labelled.
Jineg label - transfer control to location labelled if the accumulator contains a negative value.
Jizero label - transfer control to location labelled if the accumulator contains zero.
Print literal - output the following string, delimited by single quotes.