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This entry point is a reader for a YES/NO response. You must display the prompt yourself before calling YN^DICN. YN^DICN displays the question mark and the default response, reads and processes the response, and returns %.
Recommendation: Instead of using this entry point, it is suggested that you use the generalized reader ^DIR. ^DIR gives you greater flexibility in displaying prompts and help messages and also presents more information about the user's response.
Determines the default response as follows:
|% = 0 (zero)||No default|
|% = 1||YES|
|% = 2||NO|
The processed user's response. It can be one of the following:
|% = -1||The user entered an ^ (up-arrow).|
|% = 0 (zero)||The user pressed the Enter/Return key when no default was presented OR the user entered a ? (question mark).|
|% = 1||The user entered a YES response.|
|% = 2||The user entered a NO response.|
The actual text that the user entered.
Reviewed/Updated: March 8, 2007