I don't have any big programs. I just write programs to get me through my math classes. But I want to have the output look pretty. Like one program I have is for my finance class. Code (Text): prompt p if p = 1 then Prompt b,r,n,t r/100→x b/(1+x/n)^(n*t)→l disp l else Prompt b,r,n,t r/100 → x b*(x/n)/((1+x/n)^(n*t)-1) → m disp m But what I want to do is instead of prompting p, I want to prompt "present value?" Then If present value = 1 then etc. It just looks neater if it prompts an entire string instead of one letter. So instead of prompting b,r,n,t it'll prompt "Ending Balance?" "Rate?" "Number of compounds?" "Time?" And then I can save those strings as variables. So ending balance → b Rate → r Number of compounds → n And then just have the rest of the program work with those letters instead of having to type out (rate/numberofcompounds) Every time I try to use strings instead of letters it always gives me a syntax error. Any help?