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On 14 Apr 2001, at 8:14, Lawrence DeBivort wrote:
It sure is; it's the analog doppelganger of an abacus.
> Isn't a slide rule an analog computer?
> > There is no such thing as an "analog computer" and hypothesizing
> > such an imaginary structure is a useless waste of time.
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