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Calculatrum

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Calculatrum electronicum gestabile cum septem segmentorum quadro crystallorum liquidorum, quod arithmeticas operationes solvere potest.

Calculatrum electronicum (-i, n.)[1][2] sive machinula calculatoria[3] est machina ad numeros calculandos fabricata, saepe gestabilis, quae arithmeticas operationes electrice solvit. A computatro differt, quod programmabile olim non fuit, ac tantum arithmeticas operationes agere poterat.

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  • Hamrick, Kathy B. 1996. "The History of the Hand-Held Electronic Calculator." The American Mathematical Monthly 103, no. 8 (October): 633–39. doi:10.2307/2974875. JSTOR 2974875.
  • Ifrah, Georges. 2001. The Universal History of Computing. Novi Eboraci: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-0-471-39671-0. Textus interretialis.
  • Marquin, Jean. 1994. Histoire des instruments et machines à calculer, trois siècles de mécanique pensante 1642–1942. Hermann. ISBN 978-2-7056-6166-3.
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