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BINACBinary Automatic Calculator
BINACBinary Automatic Computer
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In 1949, Hopper joined the newly formed Eckert-Mauchly Corporation, where Binac and UNIVAC I, the first commercial electronic computers, were being developed.
Similar announcements about EDVAC and BINAC in 1947 produced another flurry of "awesome thinking machine" headlines shown in Example 7.
The satisfactory completion of the BINAC in 1949 satisfied requirement (3).