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The Scientist Who Invented ‘Cut, Copy And Paste’ Dies At 74

The inventor of one of the most used computer functions, ‘cut, copy, paste’ passed away on Monday aged 74. Larry Tesler, who was one of the prominent figures at Apple during its initial years, had invented the function in the 1970s.

Besides the cut, copy, paste features, Lary is also credited for coining the word ‘Browser’ in 1976 with his SmallTalk Browser, according to his website.

The Scientist Who Invented 'Cut, Copy And Paste' Dies At 74
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Tesler has left Apple in 1997 and thereafter had worked with leading companies like Amazon, Yahoo, etc. before finally retiring and shifting his focus on consulting.

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