I had learned that by ending the program with the " character, the done message would be removed, so it seems to me that the output() method simply takes up more space. Is this not a good way to do it, or is the output() instruction unnecessary?
Date: 02 Feb 2008 01:51
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The disadvantage of using the Disp command, which you are using implicitly when you use the single double quote, is that it causes the cursor to move to the beginning of the second line. This is by design, since the Disp command will always go to the next open line. You don't have this issue with the Output( command, so some people prefer to use Ouput( instead. It's all just personal preference.