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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Prologue: The start of something big -- The originators, the women, and the ENIAC -- My story : how it all began -- Human "computer" to ENIAC programmer -- Apricot brandy and nighttime logic -- Surrounded by brilliance -- Moving on, and the glass ceiling -- The trial to overturn the ENIAC patent -- The ENIAC women in the spotlight -- Epilogue: Looking back -- Afterword / by Kim D. Todd.
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