This program solves for compound interest. You enter the principle
# of years and annual yield, and it will tell you how much money you
will have at the end of that time period. The annual yield must be
entered as a decimal. Not a whole number. Example:
32% is .32
Feel free to distribute but please dont take credit for yourself.
Written by David Stinemetze
NAME:Compound
:ClrHome
:Disp "P"
:Input P
:Disp "I"
:Input I
:Disp "N"
:Input N
:P(1+I)^N\->\T
:Disp T
:End