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The Early History of the more Command

(this article was first published March 4, 1994 on comp.society.folklore, and later published in The ANALYTICAL ENGINE, the Journal of the Computer History Association of California, Volume 1, Number 4, April-June 1994) I was a first-year graduate student at UC Berkeley in 1978.

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