A user defined question asked when a query is run, whose result is used in the query. For example, a query could be set up to prompt the user for a student ID, then look up data for that student.
A short statement or question on a test that gives students a subject about which to respond in writing.
A brief message printed or displayed by a program or an operating system, asking you to provide input.
A question or statement that elicits a teacher candidateâ€™s response within the performance tasks.
a question asked, to inspire an essay, short story, article, or in this case, a journal
a question or information spoken by a speech application
A recorded instruction, statement, or question in the Cisco Unity conversation.
A question or message from the computer requiring your response.
a short statement or question that provides students a purpose for writing; also used in areas other than writing.
A message played to a caller that asks the caller for a response. A prompt may present a choice of selections in a menu or ask for an open response.
A speech system's audio output. Prompts are used for asking questions, presenting options, giving direction or conveying information.
When the host system asks you to do something and waits for you to respond. For example, if you see "login:" it means type your user name.
How a program asks you for information: by printing a short string like Delete afile? to the terminal and waiting for a response. See also shell prompt.
When the computer asks you to do something and waits for you to respond. For example, if you see login: or log on: the computer is waiting for you to type in your user name.