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An electromechanical programmed calculator built in Berlin by Konrad Zuse and fully operational in 1941. Like the earlier (nonprogrammed) calculators, Z1 (mechanical) and Z2 (electromechanical), constructed by Zuse, it did not survive the war. An improved machine, the Z4, was completed by 1945.

Subjects: Computing.

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