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Contents 9
Integer Calculations
Programmed Solutions
Power On and Off
Keyboard Operation
Primary and Alternate Functions
The "CLEAR" Keys
Two-Number Functions and I ENTER I
Continuous Memory
What Is Retained
Resetting Continuous Memory
The Memory Stack and Stack Manipulation
Stack Manipulation Functions
Numeric Functions and the Stack
Stack Movement
Calculations With Constants
Integer Mode
Number Base Modes
Complement Modes and Unsigned Mode
1's Complement Mode
2's Complement Mode
Unsigned Mode
Word Size and Window Display
Windows
The Display and Internal Representation
Low-Power Indication
Carry and Out-of-Range Conditions
Flag 4: Carry (C)
Flag 5: Out-of-Range (G)
Arithmetic Functions
Remainder After Division and I RMD I
Square Root
Negative Numbers and Complementing
Logical Operations
OR
EXCLUSIVE OR
Shifting Bits
Setting, Clearing, and Testing Bits
Bit Summation
Double Remainder
Example: Applying Double Divide
Converting to Floating-Point Decimal Mode
Conversion in the Stack
Other Effects of Converting to Floating Point Mode
Digit Entry and Other Display Formats
Returning to Integer Mode
Other Effects of Converting to Integer Mode
Floating-Point Arithmetic
Functions
Functions Not Active in Floating Point Mode
Digit Separators
Memory Allocation
Converting Storage Registers to Program Memory
Converting Program Memory to Storage Registers
Storage Register Size
Viewing the Status of Memory Allocation (I MEM I)
Storage Register Operations
Storing and Recalling Numbers Directly
Alteration of Register Contents
Clearing Data Storage Registers
The Index Register
Abbreviated Key Sequences
Storing and Recalling Numbers in the Index Register
Storing and Recalling Numbers Indirectly
Creating a Program
Running a Program
Intermediate Program Stops
Data Input
Program Memory
Program Instructions and Keycodes
Further Information
The Mechanics
Moving to a Line in Program Memory
Deleting Program Lines
Inserting Program Lines
Initializing Calculator Status
Branching
Indirect Branching Using the Index Register
Conditional Tests
Testing for Set Flags and Set Bits
Loop Control with Counters: I DSZ I and IISZ I
Example
Subroutines
Program Versus Keyboard Use of 1
Error Conditions
Functions That Affect Flags
Operations Terminating Digit Entry
Operations Affecting Stack Lift
Operations Affecting the lAST X Register
Prefix Keys
Operations Not Active in Floating-Point Decimal Mode
and Service Information
Installing New Batteries
Verifying Proper Operation (Self-Tests)
What We Will Do
What Is Not Covered
Obligation to Make Changes
Warranty Information
Obtaining Repair Service in Europe
International Service Information
Service Repair Charge
Service Warranty
Shipping Instructions
Programming and Applications Assistance
Dealer and Product Information
Temperature Specifications
Function Summary and Index
Bit Manipulation
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