EDSAC Programming Manual 5 of 29
EDSAC was the world's first real computer, developed at the Cambridge Mathematical Laboratory by Maurice Wilkes and others. The original EDSAC was followed by the EDSAC 2 computer, of which a chassis component is in the museum.
This manual comes from George Hall (initialled "GH" at top right), who was a student there at that time.
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