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Cambridge Processor Unit Limited - Program Listing

These sheets list a program likely written for the Acorn System 1, the first computer produced by Acorn.  The document is headed 'Cambridge Processor Unit Limited'.  CPU Ltd was the company set up by Hermann Hauser and Chris Curry that became Acorn Computers (Acorn originally being a brand name used by CPU).

The document is dated October 1978 and the author was Sophie Wilson, designer of the System 1 (then known as Roger Wilson and marked as such on the document).  The item consists of 11 sides of A4.

Date : 23rd October 1078

Creator : Cambridge Processor Unit

Format : A4

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43038. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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