printing calculator

printing calculator

[′print·iŋ ′kal·kyə‚lād·ər]
(computer science)
A desk-model electronic calculator that provides a printed record on paper tape with or without a digital display.
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He also noticed employees could buy a Victor 12-Digit Heavy-Duty Two-Color Printing Calculator for $202.
To perform multiplication and division, there might have been a rudimentary, nonprinting calculator known as a Comptometer or a more expensive printing calculator known as a Comptograph.
Check your work by using a printing calculator to verify that the numbers are correct and the right total is listed.
Printing Calculator: Check your work on tax forms by using a printing calculator to verify that the correct numbers were inputted and the right total is listed.
CIC has a wide range of products including Handheld Calculators, Desktop Calculators, Scientific Calculators, Printing Calculators, Label Printers, Wrist Watches, Digital Clocks, Digital Cameras, ECR (Electronic Cash register) and EMI (Electronic Musical Instrument).
The systems used a 5-inch strip of heat-sensitive paper similar to that used by 1970s printing calculators and fax machines.
Unfortunately, low-cost, printing calculators are usually not programmable and are incapable of fractional exponentiation.
s Executive line, including such things as address books, envelopes, columnar pads, rolls of paper for printing calculators, portfolios, typing paper and planning pads.
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