The coins in a cash register amount to $12.50. One coin combination that would produce this total is 40 quarters, 19 dimes, 2 nickels, and 50 pennies. Another combination is 20 quarters, 50 dimes, 45 nickels, and 25 pennies.
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A thermal printer is commonly used in stores to produce cash register receipts.
EBX --> Extended Base Register. Extended means, it stores more data than 'Base Register' OR BX. BX is a 16 bit register, where EBX is 32 bit. Base register stores the base address, ie the starting address with respect to a segment.
stores next instructions
You have to buy this doll (that was in stores a couple of years ago) which has this USB with it, and with this USB you can register your Be-Bratz doll.
Accumulator is a general purpose register.it is a 8 bit register in 8085. it stores the temporary results of a current operation doing by 8085.it is also called 'A' register
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Four kinds of general purporse registers are AX, BX, CX, and DX registersn. AX is the accumulator register that stores the operands performed by ALU. BX is the base register that stores internal addressing,in short it stores memory addresses, CX does the counting, the looping while DX is the data register. General purpose registers store 8 bits, 16bits and 32 bits data.
There are a lot of online stores that will help people purchase electronic cash registers. To name a few, one could visit stores such as Cash Register Store, Staples and Amazon.
Indirectly, yes. 1964 was the Year of the Great Coin Shortage. Silver had been deregulated and the value shot up to the point where it was profitable (sometimes very profitable) to melt coins for their metal value, so people were taking dimes, quarters, and halves out of circulation in huge numbers and selling them to metal dealers. To help people make change until the new clad coinage could be introduced in 1965, the Mint churned out oceans of nickels. When stores ran out of quarters or half dollars you were very likely to get change in the form of a fistful of nickels and pennies!
No it is not tacky to register for a wedding at Target. Many couples getting married will have a wedding registry at many stores.
Star wars toys can be found at comic book stores or collectable stores all over. but in my opinion I would register on eBay, or their great selection and prices. Register at ebay.com
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The Instruction Register (IR) stores the instruction currently being executed. In simple processors each instruction to be executed is loaded into the instruction register which holds it while it is decoded, prepared and ultimately executed.
A domain names register stores information on the owner of the site. This is typically the name of the person who registered the site, their business, and their contact details.
The only thing special is that there are so many of them. A total of almost 3 billion were minted, the first time more than a billion nickels were made at each mint, and that remains the highest mintage of any year. 1964 nickels still show up in change regularly.Why so many nickels?When the price of silver was deregulated silver coins started to be hoarded and melted. The resulting shortage of dimes, quarters, and halves caused huge problems for stores and banks. The Mint didn't yet have a substitute for silver that would work in vending machines and coin counters, so as a stopgap they produced enormous numbers of nickels. Until the current clad composition was developed for higher denominations in 1965, it was possible to receive 10 or 15 nickels in change!
Below deck, forward, is the crew's quarters. That is called the fo'c'sle. It can also be used for stores of goods, and for machinery.
A bankruptcy register stores information on individuals who have filed for bankruptcy. It is used by possible lenders, employers, and anyone else looking to do a financial background check on someone.