` ``:ClrHome :Disp "",""," :Output(1,1,"ENTER THE MEASURE OF ANGLE A IN DEGREES :Prompt A`

The main problem with this approach, however, is that you have to manually change how many newlines you will need whenever you change the text. Here is a simple fix to this problem:

` ``:ClrHome :"ENTER THE MEASURE OF ANGLE A IN DEGREES :For(A,1,1+int(length(Ans)/16 :Disp " :End :Output(1,1,Ans :Prompt A`

Before I forget, Welcome to TI-Basic Developer!

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Disp "ENTER THE MEASURE","OF ANGLE A IN

Input "DEGREES",A

or

Disp "ENTER THE MEASURE","OF ANGLE A IN","DEGREES

Input "A=?",A

is that what you want?

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:Output(1,1, "ENTER THE MEASURE OF ANGLE A IN DEGREES")

:Prompt A

The problem is that the Prompt command overwrites the start of the question and shows like this

A=?ER THE MEASUR

E OF ANGLE A IN

DEGREES

While I could use Disp instead, Output seems better because of text wrapping. Specifically, I want to teach students to program and complicated work arounds (or tedious counting of character spacing) are not a teacher's friend. Any suggestions?

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