fn: in
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Syntax

The syntax for in calls is:

f++:  
in{options}(string)

n++:  
@in{options}(string)

Description

The in function is for reading user input from console or from file. It takes zero parameters or a single string parameter that is an input message or even as a template when reading user input from file. There is also an option for the call to be followed by a block of text to use as the input message or even as a template when reading user input from file.

Options

The following options are available for in calls:

option description
b or block call follows with a block of text to use as an input message
!pb do not parse block
from-file get user input from file rather than from console
option description

f++ example

Examples of in being used with f++:

in("please enter a name for your project:")

in{b, from-file}
{
	name: 
	age: 
	gender: 
}

n++ example

Examples of in being used with n++:

@in("please enter a name for your project:")

@in(@input("$[contentdir]/input-message.txt"))

@in{from-file}(@input("$[contentdir]/input-template.txt"))

@in{b, from-file}
{
	name: 
	age: 
	gender: 
}

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