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'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Hopper2.jpg|thumb|center|Grace Murray Hopper]] In May 1952, at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, [[Grace Murray Hopper|Grace Murray Hopper]] completed her work on the first computer language compiler, software that forms an important link between human language and [[Binary Numbers and Binary Math|binary code]], thus enabling more efficient, less error-prone computer programming.
 
'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Hopper2.jpg|thumb|center|Grace Murray Hopper]] In May 1952, at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, [[Grace Murray Hopper|Grace Murray Hopper]] completed her work on the first computer language compiler, software that forms an important link between human language and [[Binary Numbers and Binary Math|binary code]], thus enabling more efficient, less error-prone computer programming.
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Grace Murray Hopper
Grace Murray Hopper
In May 1952, at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Grace Murray Hopper completed her work on the first computer language compiler, software that forms an important link between human language and binary code, thus enabling more efficient, less error-prone computer programming.