It offers 20 built-in scientific functions, three numeric input modes, a persistent and virtually limitless stack, an editable list of constants, and complete control over numeric display.
The new programmable toolbar allows the user to create sophisticated function scripts in natural mathematical notation. The function script language includes all of the built-in functions available in the calculator; it also allows direct reference to stack entries and all named constants.
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