Brand: | Casio |
Model: | FX-710P |
Type: | BASIC-programmable pocket computer |
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Batteries: | CR 2032 x 2 |
Lifetime: |
Introduced: unknown Terminated: unknown |
Notes: |
This calculator looks like a smaller (and probably cheaper)
version of the Casio FX-702P. This is a very small calculator
programmable using a variant on the BASIC language. It can also be
used for direct calculations. Functions can be selected using
keys, or simply typed.
It doesn't have a lot of memory, the standard version has 1568 memory steps and 26 memories. The version I own has 3616 steps (using a 2k memory module). This calculator has one huge drawback. It doesn't have a rerun function. In other words, if you type in a long calculation and make a mistake, the complete calculation has to be retyped. And the calculator doesn't tell you where in your calculation the mistake occurs. This calculator has been followed up by the Casio FX-720P and the Casio FX-730P. |
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