The First “Computer Bug” April 20th, 2004

Vinod Kumar

Very interesting to know how the word “bug” in computer terminology came … http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/images/h96000/h96566kc.htm 

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7 Responses to “The First “Computer Bug””

  1. Ashwin Chandarana says:

    Can I know the name of language the first bug was written in?

  2. Vinod Kumar says:

    Yes it is a moth. That’s why it is called as a Bug thereafter :)

  3. ktt says:

    First computer?? is that moth???

  4. slipknot_mAgGoT 666 says:

    i need the actual " first " computer virus or aka a bug.

  5. Vinod Kumar says:

    Just go to the link and find how the word "Bug" came into existence for the computer world.

  6. jenna says:

    i don’t get it

  7. Now we know where the term fix bugs comes from. Long shorterned from affix bugs :) Which explains the theory that in fixing two bugs, a programmer will write a new bug.

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