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* When the IDE cursor moves to the next code line, the question mark is changed to PRINT and the quoted text or variable is spaced appropriately.
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* When the IDE cursor moves to the next code line, the question mark is changed to PRINT and the prompt text and variable are spaced appropriately.
* When an [[INPUT]] or [[LINE INPUT]] statement has no text, a question mark will appear before the input.
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* When an [[INPUT]] statement has no text, a question mark will appear before the input.
* A [[semicolon]] after the [[INPUT]] or [[LINE INPUT]] prompt text will add a question mark after the statement.
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* A [[semicolon]] after the [[INPUT]] prompt text will add a question mark after the statement.
  
  

Latest revision as of 03:03, 1 May 2011

A question mark can be used as a substitute shortcut to typing PRINT when creating code.


Usage: ?"Hello world"


Result: PRINT "Hello world"


  • When the IDE cursor moves to the next code line, the question mark is changed to PRINT and the prompt text and variable are spaced appropriately.
  • When an INPUT statement has no text, a question mark will appear before the input.
  • A semicolon after the INPUT prompt text will add a question mark after the statement.


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