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Programming Routine Specification - CSIRAC Computer, Roy Muncey CBR282.3, 1962 Document Reg. No: ST 044721

Summary:
Bound booklet of routine sheets used in the operation of CSIRAC.
Cover sheet titled "CBR 282.3 R.W. Muncey 19/3/62" (handwritten).
Booklet contains printouts and hand written notes regarding programming routines.
'CBR282.3' was the number for a project conducted by Roy Muncey. 'CBR' stood for CSIRO Division of Building Research.

The program described was not preserved by R. W. Muncey.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr. John Spencer, 2000
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: .5 mm (Height), 21.5 mm (Width), 34 mm (Length)
Dimension Comment: WIDTH IS MEASURED WITH BOOKLET OPEN. WIDTH CLOSED = 21.5 CM

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Tagged with: computers, computing, programmes, making history - csirac
Themes this item is part of: Information & Communication Collection, CSIRAC Collection, John Spencer, Scientist & CSIRAC Specialist (circa 1929-?)
Primary Classification: COMPUTING & CALCULATING
Secondary Classification: Digital Computing
Tertiary Classification: software
Inscriptions: Handwritten Cover Title: "CBR 282.3 R.W. MUNCEY 19/3/62"
Creator: Mr Roy Muncey - Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Division of Building Research, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1962

This booklet was prepared by Roy Muncey during the operation of CSIRAC, collected by John Spencer.
Collector: Mr John Spencer - University of Melbourne (The) Computation Laboratory, Brighton, Victoria, Australia, 1959-2002

This booklet was prepared by Roy Muncey during the operation of CSIRAC, collected by John Spencer.

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