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Alan Turing, English mathematician, wartime code-breaker and pioneer of computer science.1912-1954
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The Olivetti P6060 was a computer which looked like a typewriter. It had a built-in thermal printer (80 column, 80 character per second). This printer featured graphics supported by system software for scaling, framing, offsetting, axis drawing and alphanumeric labeling. The P6060 could be programmed with a special extended version of the BASIC language which featured random and sequential file handling and matrix operations.
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The midrange PDP-11/34 was DIGITAL's most successful PDP-11 in terms of unit volume. The 11/34 featured a CPU so compact that the entire CPU logic was contained on two circuit boards. This provided greater flexiblity during later system expansion by making additional chassis space available
Paper tape and punch cards were used back in the 1950's and 60's (and even as late as the 1990s) as data storage for various computers and even CNC machines! To hand cut or to hand read the card would be terribly time-consuming so why not just make your own!Needed: Parallax Propeller Activity Board (or MCU of your choice) Silhouette Portrait Bandsaw Table Saw Drill Press Glue Nail/HammerFor the Paper Tape/Punch Card reader head: Scrap Ribbon Cable Wires 2x 1x10 male header Scrap Wood 10x…