Who wants more Bits (binary digits)? I first started programming in September 1969 on an IBM 360 model 40 as a Freshman at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Computer Science Department. The IBM 360/40 had a 16-bit data width, 32-bit general purpose registers, and 64-bit floating point registers. I also got permission to program (using Assembler and FOCAL) on the PDP-8 (12-bit single accumulator, up to 32k of 12-bit memory words) that was in the Journalism department. Later on, Professor Emile Attala ...
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