- Slide Rules and Slipsticks - in the 1960's B.C. - i.e. (Before Computers)
Re: Slide Rules and Slipsticks - in the 1960's B.C. - i.e. (Before Computers)
toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
My high school days were spent on an IBM 1440 (first 2 years) and a UNIVAC 1106 my senior year. Mostly FORTRAN then COBOL, ALGOL and assembly on the UNIVAC.
-- David F.
On Fri, Mar 12, 2021 at 5:57 PM Barry Megdal <bmegdal@...
I used to program the IBM 1620 at the neighboring junior college when I was in high school – unique thing about that machine was that internal storage was in decimal (BCD) rather than standard binary……
Dr. Barry Megdal
Shb Instruments, Inc.
19215 Parthenia St. Suite A
Northridge, CA 91324
(818) 773-2000 (818)773-2005 fax
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Join email@example.com to automatically receive all group messages.