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Have you ever liked the INPUT command, but never liked Always having that "?" at the end? Of course they have something to help with it!

So, say this is how you would do it normally...

INPUT "TELL US YOUR NAME";NAME$

And this is your output....

TELL US YOUR NAME.?
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Now, you wouldn't want that, right? So, we'll fix it...

LINPUT "TELL US YOUR NAME.";NAME$

And your output would be...

TELL US YOUR NAME.
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The LINPUT command will say it WITHOUT printing the question mark! It also enables characters like ",". If you want nothing displayed at all, you just do...

LINPUT "";WHATEVER$

Now, it doesn't work for everything. You can't do number strings like "NUM". You would have to do... "NUM$" and use it as a string.

Well, I hope this command tutorial helped! If you're unfamiliar about INPUT, I'll post one soon! Thanks for reading!!!

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