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I came across many expressions that use auxiliary verbs (if I am correct of the term) to ask a question, but in a statement. I wonder if it is grammatically correct?
Don't have a computer? Visit our stores now ...
Is there a better way to improve this question?
Some examples are signs, headlines, songs, mottos, TV jingles, advertisements ...
Your text means: "If you don't have a computer, you should visit our stores now, because we are having a sale." That's not a very catchy ad.
Actually it means something like, "So, you don't have a computer?"
No, there's not a better way to say that.