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How do i take an input from the user and put into my variables??

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#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main(){

String =0;
NumOne = 0;
NumTwo = 0;
NumThree = 0;
NumFour = 0;
NumFive = 0;

      cout << "Please Enter A Palindrome:  ";
      cin >> String;

      if(NumOne == NumFive && NumTwo == NumFour)
      cout << " Thats correct its a Palindrome " << endl;
      
      else  
      cout << " INCORRECT INVALID PALINDROME" << endl;

      return 0;
}

How do i get what they input into my variables
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PennGwyn earned 918 total points
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That's what cin is doing.

Although you don't seem to have defined any of your variables, and this forum is "Networking" and not "C++ Programming"....

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