Changeset 624 in t29-www


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Aug 2, 2014, 9:31:19 PM (5 years ago)
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heribert
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irgendwie war hier die Überschrift weg

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    2222        </div>
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    24     <h2><!--#echo var="title" --></h2>
    25     <p>
     24    <h2>(Electro-) mechanical calculators</h2>
     25   
     26
     27<div class="box left clear-after">
     28        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/burroughs.jpg" width="447" height="606" alt="Borroughs Mod.2" />
     29        <p class="bildtext">
     30
     31   <p>
    2632            The first electronically calculating calculators were gigantic mainframes
    2733        in the 1940/50s. Until then, calculators worked mechanically.
     
    3137    <p>
    3238            <!--The first printing mechanical calculator (1905) is an unicum with an huge exterior engine!-->
    33         From the first fully automatic machines (1927) until calculators with
     39               
     40                From the first fully automatic machines (1927) until calculators with
    3441                accumulating memory (1960s), mechanical calculators computed the result
    3542                indepently after user input.
     
    3845                Looking at mechanical calculators, one quickly recognize the enormous
    3946                importance of the positional notation.</p>
     47               
    4048        <p>
    41 
    42     <div class="box left clear-after">
    43         <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/burroughs.jpg" width="447" height="606" alt="Borroughs Mod.2" />
    44         <p class="bildtext">
    4549           <b>Burroughs Mod. 2.</b>
    4650           The first printing calculating machine was invented in the USA (about 1905)
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