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At the point when the primary computerized PCs showed up in the mid 1940s,[11] the guidelines to influence them to work were wired into the machine. Specialists immediately understood that this structure was not adaptable and thought of the "put away program design" or von Neumann engineering. In this manner the division among "equipment" and "programming" started with reflection being utilized to manage the multifaceted nature of registering.

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TITLE OF THE BOOK: Software engineering: A Practitioner's Approach
AUTHOR: Pressman, Roger S.
YEAR: 2010
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