[SIGCIS-Members] Older computers (1940-1950)
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Thank you all for your many suggestions.
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Subject: Re: [SIGCIS-Members] Older computers (1940-1950)
>> If we include the ABC, we may as well add Couffignal's computer, an
electronic, parallel calculator programmed from an external disk.
I agree about ABC being of a different, lesser class than the others on the
list. Hadn't heard of Couffignal, very interesting!
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