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What do M* and M(diamond) mean?

What do those two symbols mean? and how to use them

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M* = Memory Total
M Diamond = Memory Sub Total

You should also have:
M + = Memory Add
M - = Memory Subtract

Hope this helps.
Please remember to post a rating if I have helped you.
Have a good day.
Mac =)

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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