Von Neumann Architecture
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Many early computers, were not reprogrammable. They executed a single hardwired program.
To set up functions operators had to use
Other computers, though programmable, stored their programs on punched tape which was physically fed into the machine as needed.n
A computer with a Von Neumann architecture stores program data and instruction data in the same memory
A stored-program digital computer is one that keeps its program instructions, as well as its data, in read-write, random-access memory (RAM)
In the vast majority of modern computers, the same memory is used for both data and program instructions
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