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Article: Cash register
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A leading designer, builder, manufacturer, seller and exporter of cash registers in the 1950s until the 1970s was [[London]]-based (and later [[Brighton]]-based<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mybrightonandhove.org.uk/page_id__5836.aspx |title=Forum relating to the manufacturing activities at the Hollingbury industrial estate, Brighton, during the 1960s. |date= |accessdate=2009-07-21}},</ref>) Gross Cash Registers Ltd.,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.vintagecalculators.com/html/gross.html |title=Gross Cash Registers pictures and company history |date= |accessdate=2009-07-21}}</ref> founded by brothers Sam and Henry Gross. Their cash registers were particularly popular around the time of [[decimalisation]] in Britain in early 1971, Henry having designed one of the few known models of cash register which could switch currencies from [[£sd]] to £p so that retailers could easily change from one to the other on or after [[decimal day|Decimal Day]]. Sweda also had decimal ready registers where the retailer used a special key on decimal day for the conversion.
 
A leading designer, builder, manufacturer, seller and exporter of cash registers in the 1950s until the 1970s was [[London]]-based (and later [[Brighton]]-based<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mybrightonandhove.org.uk/page_id__5836.aspx |title=Forum relating to the manufacturing activities at the Hollingbury industrial estate, Brighton, during the 1960s. |date= |accessdate=2009-07-21}},</ref>) Gross Cash Registers Ltd.,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.vintagecalculators.com/html/gross.html |title=Gross Cash Registers pictures and company history |date= |accessdate=2009-07-21}}</ref> founded by brothers Sam and Henry Gross. Their cash registers were particularly popular around the time of [[decimalisation]] in Britain in early 1971, Henry having designed one of the few known models of cash register which could switch currencies from [[£sd]] to £p so that retailers could easily change from one to the other on or after [[decimal day|Decimal Day]]. Sweda also had decimal ready registers where the retailer used a special key on decimal day for the conversion.
   
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==In current use==
 
   
Cash registers include a key labeled "NS", which is abbreviated for "No Sale", and opens the drawer, printing a receipt stating "No Sale" and recording it in the register log that the register was opened. Some other cash registers require a numeric password or physical key to be used when attempting to open the till. In some jurisdictions the law also requires customers to collect the receipt and keep it at least for a short while after leaving the shop,<ref>http://www.slowtrav.com/italy/restaurants/receipt.htm</ref><ref>http://www.roderickconwaymorris.com/Articles/344.html</ref> again to check that the shop records sales, so that it cannot [[tax evasion|evade sales taxes]].
 
   
Often cash registers are attached to [[weighing scale|scales]], [[barcode scanner]]s, [[checkstand]]s, and [[debit card]] or [[credit card]] terminals. Increasingly, dedicated cash registers are being replaced with general purpose [[computer]]s with [[Point of sale|POS]] software.
 
   
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Today, scan the barcode (usually [[European Article Number|EAN]] or [[Universal Product Code]] (UPC)) for each item, retrieve the price from a [[database]], calculate deductions for items on sale (or, in British retail terminology, "special offer", "multibuy" or "[[BOGOF]]"), calculate the [[sales tax]] or [[VAT]], calculate differential rates for preferred customers, actualize inventory, time and date stamp the transaction, record the transaction in detail including each item purchased, record the method of payment, keep totals for each product or type of product sold as well as total sales for specified periods, and do other tasks as well. These POS terminals will often also identify the cashier on the receipt, and carry additional information or offers.
 
 
Currently, many cash registers are individual computers. They may be DOS, Windows or Unix based. Many of them have touch screens. They may be connected to computerized [[Point of sale]] networks using any type of protocol. Such systems may be accessed remotely for the purpose of obtaining records or troubleshooting.
 
   
 
==Self checkout==
 
==Self checkout==
Reason: ANN scored at 1
Reporter Information
Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 04:27:04 PM
Status: Reported
Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 04:27:04 PM #101568
Bradley (anonymous)

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