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Computer Weekly 635

Thursday, January 11, 1979
Price 18p

Publication Date : 11th January 1979

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 ICL chairman Tom Hudson to retire [News Item]
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ICL chairman Tom Hudson plans to retire in 1979
1 Indian college wants DAP [Advert]
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The Administrative Staff College of India is seeking a grant to purchase ICL's Distributed Array Processor
7 Cutting out the deadwood to streamline Cobol [Article]
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A study has determined that some of Cobol's verbs are so rarely used that it might be advisable to eliminate compiler support for them.
17 Transpac goes live - but with only four switching centres [Advert]
Announcing the new French national packet-switched service.
20 Minis offering DBMS compared [Article]
Fred Lamond
Marketview column compares range of available computers with database management systems.


Creator : IPC

Format : Tabloid

Physical Description : Newspaper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53764. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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