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Paper Tape - SLAM Interpreter, Theodore F. Simpson, 1975 Object Reg. No: HT 27066

Summary:
Folded length of punched paper tape, titled 'SLAM Interpreter, G10, 13', manufactured by Theodore F. Simpson, 1975.

Paper tape was a reliable and inexpensive (although slow) method of loading and storing programs, prior to magnetic discs and tapes, and was still in use in the 1970s.
Description:
A length of grey paper tape folded like a fan with punched holes along its length. There are arrows and text printed in black ink along one side of the tape. There is a white label, that has become translucent, attached with adhesive to the end of the tape with black typewritten text, and another with a manufacturer's name printed in black ink.
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 25 mm (Height), 215 mm (Width)
Dimension Comment: The above dimensions are for the folded paper tape. The tape width is 25 mm.

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Tagged with: computers, computer software, computer programming, computer storage devices
Themes this item is part of: Information & Communication Collection
Primary Classification: COMPUTING & CALCULATING
Secondary Classification: Digital Computing
Tertiary Classification: software
Inscriptions: On labels: ' SLAM Interpreter / G10,13 ', ' [copyright symbol] THEODORE F. SIMPSON, 1975 / ALL RIGHTS RESERVED '
On tape: ' TOP '
Manufacturer (Possible): Intellec, United States of America, 1975

Intellec is given as possible manufacturer because this tape was located in close proximity to paper tapes, manufactured by Intellec, namely HT 27052 to HT 27056, HT 27062 to HT 27064 and to paper tapes HT 27068 to HT 27070 and HT 27072 to HT 27074.

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