On April the FORTRAN computer programming language had its first commercial production run at the Westinghouse Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory in West Mifflin. Bettis Engineer Herbert Bright also reported the first bug in FORTRAN's compiler that same day.
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The IBM® 700 series, IBM's first commercially available scientific computer was also the first in which programs were stored in internal, addressable, electronic memory. It led IBM's transition from punched card machines to electronic computers.