August 21, 2002 - Writing Dialogs with JScript .NET
August 21, 2002|
Writing Dialogs with JScript .NET
Tips: August 2002
Yehuda Shiran, Ph.D.
System.Consoleclass to conduct dialogs with the user. The following example shows a dialog with the user. It asks for his or her name, and echoes it back:
Notice the usage of both
import System; System.Console.Write("What is your name: "); var name : String = Console.ReadLine(); Console.Write("Hello "); Console.Write(name); Console.WriteLine("!");
WriteLine(). Whenever we want to go to the next line, we use the
Write(). The following command-line window shows the code listing of the above dialog,
col116ex3.js, its compilation, and its execution.
To learn more about JScript .NET and ASP.NET, go to Column 116, JScript .NET, Part IX: Displaying Information.