IBM developed the Fortran programming language in the 1950s; it remains in use as of 2017, with a major revision slated for a 2018 release. A commercial solid-state computer system, including a Beckman 2200 analog computer and Scientific Data Systems 920 digital computer, was released in 1964.
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Beckman Instruments, Inc. “Instructions, Beckman/SDS Hybrid Fortran II,” circa 1964. Beckman Historical Collection, Box 121, Folder 59. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/vh53ww37b.
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