Turbo Pascal 7.0 Guide
An input list is a single variable name or a series of variable names separated by commas. readln; by itself waits for any key to be pressed before the next line is executed.
These instructions send the values stored in the output-list to the screen. writeln rather than write causes the cursor to move down to the next line. writeln; by itself moves the cursor to the next line.
VAR name: string;
write('What is your name?');
writeln('Hello, ', name, '. Pleased to meet you.');
Type in and run the above program.
Change the above program to also ask the user where they live. Tell them that this is an excellent place to live (eg Bishop's Stortford is a lovely place to live.)