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The PDP-6 (Programmed Data Processor model 6) was a computer modell developed by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in 1963. It is based on a 36-bit architecture and had a typical memory capacity of about 32,000 words (that's 160 kByte[?]). It already had time sharing and batch processing features. Its architecture is similar to that of the PDP-10. Worldwide, 23 PDP-6 were sold.

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