The Battle Programmed Calculator was designed by Gary R. Shirer, a former computer programmer who worked at Microsoft Research and now runs his own company.
The calculator uses an optical sensor that allows you to read the current number of digits in a digit wheel.
When the wheel is turned, the numbers in the wheel change colors.
You then have the option of typing in a number or pressing a key.
You can then enter a number, which then tells the program what to do.
This allows you and your computer program to program the numbers.
There’s a programmable version of the calculator as well, but it’s not very helpful.
If you want a program that will do the math for you, you’ll need to pay a premium for the Battle Programmable.
The Shirers calculator is only available for a limited time.
It’s currently $100.99, but you can get it for $25.00 if you’re willing to wait for a promotion.
There are some other programs that can be purchased that have the same functionality, including the Calculator Plus, a computer program that lets you program numbers and do math for free.