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Sharp PC-1001 Calculator Advertisement
New Scientist Magazine, February 7, 1974

This is an advertisement for Sharp's PC-1001 programmable electronic calculator. The PC-1001 was a miniaturized scientific desktop calculator with learn-mode programming features. Programs were linear in nature, with no branching or conditional testing instuctions. The calculator provides 64 steps of learn-mode program capacity eight accumulator-type memory registers. The machine provides a sizable set of advanced math functions, including standard and hyperbolic trig, logarithms, and exponential functions. See the Old Calculator Museum exhibit for the PC-1001 for more information.