Programmable calculators: business applications
Covers Programming, Internal & External Routines, Use of the Printer & Advanced Techniques; a Companion to the Texas Instruments Family of Programmable Calculators
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The TI Family of Calculators
Getting Started in Programming
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action steps answer business applications card side cash flow Chap chapter command common labels Compute conditional transfer contents data entry data registers debugging decimal display value Enter data Enter Press Display Example execute the program external routines flag Flow Diagram function keys future value gram HLT LBL Initialize input instructions interest rate INV 2nd INV SBR keyboard Keystroke Display keystroke sequence learn mode library programs line number loop magnetic cards manual calculations memory locations module program omit LBL omit RCL operations partitioning Pause Pause key present value print register problem program execution program line program loops program memory program segment program steps programmable calculators R/S key R/S Lbl RECALL 04 register 01 result solve standard deviation Stop subroutine SUMMARY OF SKILLS techniques Texas Instruments Two-digit code user-defined label key variable variance write a program