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As anyone who can operate a personal computer knows, the way to make the machine perform some desired task is to open the appropriate program stored in the computer's memory. The earliest large-scale electronic digital computers, the British Colossus (1944) and the American ENIAC (1945), did not store programs in memory.
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Von Neumann's report, to which Turing referred in 'Proposed Electronic Calculator', was more abstract than Turing's, saying little about programming or electronics.
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