# How Intruduce "n" Data Or Values

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### #1 Fabri

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Posted 22 March 2006 - 09:23 PM

Hello my question is about of the input data. How I can introduce n elements or values??
I explain this
I construct a thing similar to this
(=) arrow

input n
for 1 = a to n
input b
next

how I can introduce a valor with no overwrite the value of this variable?, in this case b, in each jump of a FOR or a Goto?
The number of data for introduce is the value of n variable

Other question is, why sometimes appears on the screen messages about errors?, this messages appears when i installed on classpad the addins, no all cpa files of course.

How I can learn to programming cpa files? exist any link or virtual course of this

### #2 Kilburn

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Posted 22 March 2006 - 09:48 PM

```Input n
{}=>b
For 1=>a To n
Input b[a]
Next```

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### #3 The_AFX_Master

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Posted 31 March 2006 - 08:52 PM

You can try this, require 3 lines of string manipulation and you can use a list to imput without "{}"

```InputStr list,"x1,x2,x3","INPUT POINTS"
StrJoin "{",list,list
StrJoin list,"}",list
StrToExp(list) ->list```
here you have the values of a list without "{}" imput, it?s so fast beacause you can use only the real keyboard, NO STYLUS

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