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Date: Wed, 3 Nov 2004 01:20:49 -0500
To: Michael Richardson
Subject: Re: [hangout] FW: TRIVIA
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On Tue, Nov 02, 2004 at 01:28:59PM -0500, Michael Richardson wrote:
> Can anyone answer this?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Israel Zilberstein
> Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2004 1:12 PM
> To: Michael Richardson
> Subject: TRIVIA
> QUESTION: IF THE FIRST MICROCHIPS WERE FROM THE EARLY 70s, DID THEY POWER
> THE FIRST HAND HELD CALCULATORS? IT WAS THE INTEL 4004 CHIP, RIGHT?
The first ICs were developed in the 60s. TI made a calculator in 1967,
it just used a custom IC, rather than a microprocessor. It could
'+','-','*', and '/', and nothing else.
The 4004 was released 15 Nov 1971, and it was the first microprocessor.
It immediately went into a handheld calculator, but the 4004 was capable
of much more than the fixed hardware of the TI IC.
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