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Store & Recall Buttons

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STO 1 puts the displayed value into memory location 1.

RCL 1 brings the stored value back.

Same for memory locations 2 and 3.

If there's something in memory, M1, M2 M3 will show in the display, clear the memory by storing the value zero.

Note that anything stored into memory location 1, 2 or 3 over writes what was there. Memory values are retained through power off/on.

To add the displayed number to a memory location (instead of replacing the value stored), use 2nd, STO, n

To exchange displayed and stored values, use 2nd, EXC, n

n is 1, 2 or 3

Get the instruction booklet from TI's website (pdf download) if you don't have one

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