Teaching kids about computers...
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Thu Nov 29 18:25:31 CST 2007
On 29 Nov 2007 at 15:30, Fred Cisin wrote:
> What is the model number for the EAM card interpreter?
The most common was the 557. You too, with the aid of the plugboard
can jumble colums, print them in the middle of the card and all sorts
of other neat stuff--except for printing 80 columns in a single row
across the top of the card--and enough punctuation to make sense of a
deck of FORTRAN source.
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