a device very first recommended by Charles Babbage in 1837 which considered the idea for the very first general mechanical computer. The Analytical Engine included an Arithmetic Logic product (ALU), basic flow control, punch cards, and built-in memory and it is the first general-purpose computer idea. Sadly, considering funding issues this computer system has also been never ever built while Charles Babbage's ended up being alive. But in 1910 Henry Babbage, Charles Babbage's youngest child was able to finish a portion of the machine and could perform basic computations. The picture is a public domain image of the Analytical Engine.