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 Now I'm a little cloudy as to the sequence. I did some consulting for both PBS and NBC. For PBS I took a step backward and did some programming for the Intel 4004, the first chip ever made to behave like a CPU. For an NBC project, I had to learn some other oddball language for some system they had. But I never in that era got into any languages such as most of the industry was using, like Fortran or Cobol.
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-<b>Note:</b> In later conversation with Mr. Ettlinger, upon
-refreshing his recollection, he believes the reference to the 4004 was a
+<b>Note:</b> In later conversation with Mr. Ettlinger, upon
+refreshing his recollection, he believes the reference to the 4004 was a
 misstatement, and he should have said 8008.
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