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Model 660 First medium sized computer, pretty expencive.
Common business oriented language Cobol
Beginers all purpose instruction code Basic
Formula Translator Fotran
Eniac Built by John mauchly and J Presper Ekert
Mainframes Large multimedia computer that is usually used for multi user application.
ibm 360 First computer to use intergrated circuts
who was the founder of microsoft Bill Gates
computers we use today are called PCs
Micro presser made it possible to make a microcomputer
what was the firt mainframe ibm 360
advantages of ibm 360 Smaller size less expencive
micropresser was invented by Marcia Hoff
the first micropressor computer was built in 1975
Steve Wizniac and Steven Jobs designed? The first apple computer.
In the second generation, what was a major contribution Transistor
Replaced hundrresd or transistors Intergrated chips
what was used to communicate with mainfrrames Terminals
THree types of programing languages Fortrain basic and colbol
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