The creators of Cut, Copy and Paste used in the computer died.

The creator of Cut, Copy and Paste Command for use in computers died on February 17, 2020 at the age of 74.
The Guardian reported on February 20, 2020 that Larry Tesler, a computer scientist who created the Cut, Copy & Paste command, has died. Monday in San Francisco, USA.

The scientist began working in the computer industry in the 1960s. He has worked for a number of well-known American companies such as Apple, Amazon and Yahoo. Before being recruited by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs for 17 years, he worked for Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Center. (Parc) in Silicon Valley of the United States.

Larry’s funeral message from Xerox was posted on Twitter: Larry Tesler, a former researcher at Xerox, is the inventor of cut, copy, and paste, among other programs.

Larry Tesler was born in 1945 in the Bronx, New York, USA, and graduated with a degree in computer science from Stanford University, California. (California) United States.

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