http://www.SchoolFreeware.com The last four tutorials dealt with hard coding information into the program. This tutorial will cover getting user input. The command to receive user input is named INPUT. INPUT will prompt the user to input data and then place the inputted data into a variable. INPUT's string and the variable must be separated by either a comma or a semicolon. The semicolon will print a question mark at the end of the text. (Years ago it was customary for the computer to get information, in the form of a question, from the user. Today, that is not the norm).
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