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WYLBUR Fundamentals

From the introduction:

'WYBLBUR is a computer program that functions as an online interactive text editor...The version of WYLBUR described in this document, known as NIH Extended WYLBUR, was completely developed, designed and implemented at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.  It is a successor to the original WYLBUR, which was developed at the Campus Facility of the Stanford University Computation Center, and modified and extended by the NIH Computer Center to meet the needs of the NIH user community.' 

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Date Published : December 1980

Manufacturer : National Institutes of Health, Maryland

Platform : WYLBUR

Format : PDF






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH46242. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

WYLBUR Fundamentals

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