A discrete logic computer is a computer system built primarily using discrete logic such as those found in the 7400 series. This term is usually reserved for more modern computers, such as those made by hobbyists and for prototyping purposes. Transistor computers specifically refer to computers that used discrete logic during the 1950s and 60s after the vacuum tube era but before the modern integrated circuit.
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