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Input Statement


Templates use a single section to define the syntax of Input Statements.

Java Example
Text = {Variable} = input.nextInt(); | integer
= {Variable} = input.nextDouble(); | real
= {Variable} = input.nextBoolean(); | boolean
= {Variable} = input.nextLine(); | string
= {Variable} = input.nextLine(); | none

Text Key

The text key is used to generate the syntax of the Input Statement. The various flags can be used to select different syntaxes based on data type being read.

Fields Contents
{variable} Name of the variable. This defined in [Variable Access].
{type} Name of the data type.

The first and last flags can be used if the syntax differs for the first or last statements in the block.

Flags When True
integer The variable is an Integer.
real The variable is a Real.
boolean The variable is an Boolean.
string The variable is an String.
none The variable doesn't have a known type - i.e. not declared. This is good for a "default" syntax.
array The variable is an array. Some languages require a different syntax to assign an array element.
first The statement is the first item in the block.
last The statement is the last item in the block.