Caché MultiValue Basic Reference
Provides user input data.
||An expression to use as user input data. It can be a literal or a defined variable. You can specify a comma-separated list of multiple expressions.
statement defines one or more input values on an input stack for future use. A DATA
value is taken from the input stack by the next INPUT
statement, rather than pausing program execution for user input.
You can specify a comma-separated list of DATA
values; these are used successively by multiple invocations of the INPUT
value of the empty string (DATA ""
) is treated as an actual data value: If the optional length parameter of a subsequent INPUT
statement is set to -1, INPUT
to 1 (indicating that there is input available). If the INPUT
statement has a THEN clause, INPUT
executes the statements associated with THEN clause as if the user had entered data from the keyboard.
You can use CLEARDATA
to flush all remaining data stored by a DATA
You cannot use DATA
to supply a character to the KEYIN