Changeset 616 in t29-www


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Jul 23, 2014, 4:25:57 PM (5 years ago)
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sven
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Übersetzung mit Programma 101 abgeschlossen. Die englische Version
müsste damit wieder auf dem aktuellen Stand sein.

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    6363        <h3>Olivetti Programma 101</h3>
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    65     <div class="box left clear-after">
    66        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/olivetti_programma101.jpg" alt="Programma 101" width="379" height="301" />
    67        <p class="bildtext">The legendary <b>PROGRAMMA 101</b> by Olivetti. In the middle you see the magnetic program card. <a class="go" href="storage-media.php#run-time-memory">Delay line memory</a> was used as storage media.</p>
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    69             <p>In the same year the Olivetti Programma 101 came onto the market. For the first time in
    70     EDP history, engineering offices were able to buy a "small" calculator on which you could
    71     quickly save own programs on magnetic cards. This machine with many mechanical parts, became
    72         a big seller.  However, the device was very expensive, but the price of 14800 DM + fees
    73         (ca. 8000 Euro) paid for itself in saved manual calculating time.</p>
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    75     </div>
     64    <div class="desc-left borderless">
     65       <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/olivetti_programma101.jpg" alt="Programma 101" width="379" height="301" class="weisser-rahmen" />
     66       <p class="small">The legendary <b>PROGRAMMA 101</b> by Olivetti.</p>
     67   </div>
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     69            <p>The Olivetty Programma 101 was introduced onto the market in 1966, the same year as the DIEHL Combitron above.
     70            For the first time in EDP history, engineering offices were able to buy a "small" calculator on which you could
     71            quickly save own programs on magnetic cards. This machine was equipped with many mechanical parts and became a big seller.
     72            The device was very expensive, but the price of 14800 DM + fees (ca. 8000 Euro) paid for itself in saved manual calculating time.</p>
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     74        <p>The P 101 could also be called as the world's first personal computer.
     75        <br>In the center of the picture you can see the magnetic program card. Compared with the Combitron, storing programs is very comfortable with the P101.
     76        <br>The device is equipped with a <a class="go" href="storage-media.php#run-time-memory">delay line memory</a> which is organized in 10 registers, each having 24 storage cells with 8 bit each. Summing up, there memory could save 240 byte. For comparison, that would not even suffice to store this paragraph of plain text!
     77        <p>Today, the computer is famous for his award-winning futuristic design. Putting it into operation required some work, since the plastic coils for winding the magnetic program cards deformed and the small builtin printer is problematic. Anyway, our P 101 is fully operational.
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    7781        <h3>WANG 320</h3>
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