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This game first appeared in the V6N5P10 PPC Journal in August 1979 by Bill Derrick. Thanks to Bill wherever he is today!

**User Instructions:** 1) Key in program, 2) Press f PRGM (out of program mode of course or else you'll erase what you just keyed in), 3) Enter a non-zero seed and press R/S, 4) See memory number displayed for just an instant, 5) Calculator will stop and display a zero, 6) Enter your guess as to what the number was and press R/S again, 7) Steps 5 and 6 will be repeated 10 times, 8) After 10 times, your score is displayed, 9) To repeat the game, go back to step 3.

Number correct indicates how good your memory is. 1-5 Correct = senile to poor memory, 6 = average, 7 = good, 8 = superior, 9 or 10 = why are you wasting your time doing this?

Line Instruction 01 f FIX 0 02 f REG 03 STO 0 04 1 05 0 06 STO 1 07 1 08 STO 2 09 0 10 STO 3 11 RCL 0 12 g PI 13 * 14 g FRAC 15 STO 0 16 RCL 2 17 RCL 1 18 f X < Y 19 GTO 39 20 X <> Y 21 RCL 3 22 - 23 f Y^X 24 * 25 f INT 26 g X = 0? 27 GTO 11 28 f PAUSE 29 0 30 R/S 31 + 32 / 33 1 34 STO+ 2 35 f X = Y? 36 0 37 STO+ 3 38 GTO 11 39 RCL 3 40 - 41 R/S 42 GTO 07That's all there is to it. Enjoy!