The Sharp EL-9600 is a graphical calculator designed for use in schools by Maths A-Level students. Apart from being able to solve third degree polynomials, it also happens to have it's own programming language.<BR/>
This language is a simplified version of BASIC (Beginner's All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) in that "If" commands can only envoke a "Goto" or "Gosub", there are only 27 numerical variables A-Z and Theta, no string variables can be used, and finally, to make life even more difficult there are no "For"/"Next" loops!
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FOR x = 1 TO 10<BR/>
FOR y = 1 TO 10<BR/>
IF x * y = 30 THEN PRINT x, y<BR/>