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Ada: the Enchantress of Numbers
Ada: the Enchantress of Numbers
Betty A Toole
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good biography, but don't expect too much about computers. 11 May 2000
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Compiled from her personal letters, and anointed by the author, this book allows Ada to tell the reader about her life herself. It's fascinating to read about the life of this visionary woman, but if your interested in her work with Babbage and his Analytical Engine, a more specialist book may be ... Read More

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