By Christopher R. Mitchell
With the ability to display text and numbers back to the user, you now need a way to get feedback back from the user in the form of numbers, strings, and other types of data. This article based on chapter 2 from Programming the TI-83+/84+, teaches you two TI-BASIC commands that let you do just that.
Input from Users: The Prompt and Input Commands (PDF)
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