**MAT INPUT **☆☆

`MAT INPUT Array`

assigns the data entered from the keyboard to the array.

The elements are written separated by commas in the input line.

When an input line ends with a comma, the input reply is regarded to continue to the next line.

`MAT INPUT array(n)`

changes the upper bound to n, and then inputs, where n is a numeric expression.

`MAT INPUT array(m TO n)`

changes the lower bound and the upper bound, and then inputs, where m and n is numeric expressions.

Similar type of MAT INPUT statements are available for 2 or 3-dimensional arrays.

Let A be a 1-dimensional array.

`MAT INPUT A(?)`

changes the upper bound according to the number of entered numeric values.

The lower bound do not change.

This type of a MAT INPUT statement can apply only to a 1-dimensional array.

`MAT LINE INPUT string_array`

inputs the lines as many as the elements of the array.