American computer scientist and programmer Larry Tesler died at the age of 74 years. Tesler is known for having invented the command to the computer “cut”, “copy” and “paste”, writes the BBC.
In 60-ies Tesler studied computer science at Stanford University, then worked at Apple, where he became Vice President. Scientist participated in the development of several programs, in particular, to the first Macintosh and Lisa. Also Tesler worked at Xerox.
Due to his inventions, the famous Cut (Ctrl+x) Copy (Ctrl+c) and Paste (Ctrl+v) the use of personal computers has become much simpler and easier.