Using Memory Functions

To use the Calculator memory functions, click the following buttons or press the keyboard equivalent.

MC CTRL+L Clears any value stored in memory.
CTRL+R Recalls the value stored in memory.
CTRL+M Stores the displayed value in memory.
+ CTRL+P Adds the displayed value to any value already in memory.

When you store a value in memory, the letter M appears in the box below the display area. If you store a zero in memory or if you add a value to memory that results in a value of zero, the letter M disappears. If you store another value in memory, it replaces the current value in memory.

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Last updated on Friday, January 24, 1997 at 6:50 PM
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