Computer Code LbNA # 27249
|Placed Date||Nov 19 2006|
|Last Update||Mar 22 2014|
Terrain Difficulty: Easy (flat, 200 yards RT)
A long time ago, when I first starting programming computers, there were only a few main languages, like Basic, COBOL and Fortran, and the commands had to be typed on punch cards that would be read into the mainframe by a card reader. After several hours, the programmer would receive the output from an operator and begin the task of debugging the code. Nowadays, programmers use many different languages and are able to type the commands into a PC and receive almost immediate results. Computers and programming have come a long way, and this microbox is dedicated to them.
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