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What does this Qbasic code mean: Eol$=INPUT$(2,#Chan)?

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qbasic programming...

i've read a code write in qbasic but don't understand one thing...
what is the meaning for this code?

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Eol$=INPUT$(2,#Chan)

Chan is the filename loaded.can someone tell me what the code does?if i want to change it to visual basic 6.0 code,how to write it?
 

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Re: qbasic programming...

i think that it means to read from Chan file 2 variables and put them in Eol.
 

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Re: qbasic programming...

The Doller sign [$] after variables means that the variable is a string one!
 

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