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Commands: /answer
Written by Glen Smith
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The /answer command can be used to answer a specific question

Input text can be inline text, or variables and the output will replace the command in the content window, or the output can be directed to a variable.


Example1: Answers a specific question, in this case a question placed inline with the command

/answer [How to become a successful content writer]

Example 2: Answers a question and stores it as a variable

/answer [#question] (as #answer)

In the example above, a new variable, #question, is created that stores the question, this is used as the input to the /answer command. The output is then directed to a new variable #answer. This new variable can then be used as an input in subsequent commands. In the example the /log command was used to show the content of the #answer variable

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