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5 MB of Data on 62,500 Punched Cards, 1955.

A punched card, also known as Hollerith cards or IBM cards, is a piece of stiff paper that holds digital data represented by the presence or absence of holes in predefined positions. Punched cards were once common in data processing applications or to directly control automated machinery.

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