NeoCal for Palm OS User Guide
NeoCal has 100 storage registers for you to keep numbers beyond the current calculation. They are also useful for storing intermediate results for the current calculation or a series of calculations. If the 100 Registers options is not checked in the Preference Dialog, only twenty registers can be accessed and are numbered from 0 through 9 and .0 through .9. If the 100 Registers option is checked, then all 100 registers can be accessed by pressing two digits 00 through 99. In either case, the registers are accessed using the these prefix buttons followed by the register number:
The button can be used to cancel the register prefix. Also, pressing a register prefix button twice in a row is a shortcut for displaying the User Registers dialog where tapping on one of the register values completes that operation.
For example (using 20 registers),
The same example using 100 registers,
The store and recall operations can be used in conjunction with the add, subtract, multiply, and divide operations. Continuing the previous example,
In addition to these general-purpose storage registers, there are ten financial registers and six statistical registers. They are discussed in the Financial Functions and Statistical Functions chapters of this guide, respectively.