Section 3: Automatic Memory Stack and ALPHA Register47
Immediately after you press ENTER , the X-register is prepared for a new number, and that new number writes over the number in the X-register.
Now, continue by keying in a new number.
Keystrokes Display    
537.91  539.91 _   The new number is in the X-register.
The ENTER  key has separated the digits of the first number from the digits of the second number and the stack now looks like this:
  T  1.0000    
  Z  2.0000    
  Y  987.3000    
  X  537.91    
Notice that numbers in the stack do not move when a number is keyed in immediately after you press ENTER  , CLX , Σ+ , or Σ– . However, numbers in the stack do lift upward when a new number is keyed in immediately after you execute most other functions. Including R  and X Y . Refer to appendix C for a complete list of the operations that cause the stack to lift.
Clearing the Stack
CLST (clear stack) clears each of the automatic memory stack registers to zeros. CLST can either be executed from the display or assigned to a key location and executed by pressing that key in USER mode. CLST is most useful if it is assigned to a key for USER mode execution. USER mode and display execution are both covered in section 4.
One-number Functions and the Stack
One-number functions operate upon the number in the X-register only. The contents of the Y-, Z-, and T-registers are not affected when a one-number function is executed.
For example, key in the following numbers and execute the   function:
Keystrokes Display    
g CLX   0.0000    
27.93  27.93 _   A number is in the X-register.
ENTER    27.9300   Places the number in the Y-register.
167.54  167.54 _   A new number is in the display.
    12.9437   The answer is in the display and the X-register.