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A COLLECTION OF 6 VOLUMES, COMPRISING:
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500700
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Programming
A COLLECTION OF 6 VOLUMES, COMPRISING:
i. [Mendelson, Myron J. (b. 1925)]. An Introduction to Programming a High Speed Digital Computer. Hawthorne, CA: Computer Research Corporation of California, [1953], 4to, original printed paper wrappers [T&W M84]
ii. Wilkes, Maurice Vincent (1913-2010), Wheeler, David J. (1927-2004), and Gill, Stanley (1826-1975). The Preparation of programs for an electronic digital computer. Cambridge, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1951, 8vo, 2 plates, original cloth, bought from Jonathan Hill, New York, 1988), [T&W W66; Origins of Cyberspace 1030]
iii. Another edition, Cambridge, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1957, 8vo, second edition, original cloth [T&W W67; Origins of Cyberspace 1031] 
iv. Wilkes, M.V. The use of a "floating address" system for orders in an automatic digital computer, in Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol. 49, no. 1, January 1953, 4to, printed paper wrappers, (bought from Yelm Books, Whitestone, NY, 2001), [T&W W70; cf. Origins of Cyberspace 1032 (offprint)]
v. Hopper, Grace M. (1906-1992). Automatic coding for digital computers, in Computers and Automation, vol. 4, no. 9, September 1955, 4to, original wrappers in later boards, library markings [T&W H158]
vi. Gill, Stanley. A process for the step-by-step integration of differential equations in an automatic digital computing machine, in Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol. 47, no. 1, January 1951, 4to, later boards, (bought from Jeff Weber, Glendale, CA, 2003), [not in T&W]
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Wilkes, Wheeler, and Gill was the first book ever published on computer programming.

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