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jameszeng

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I'm making a multiple choice program for a friend of mine and wondering if anyone had a multiple choice program template of Readln, Writeln Case etc.

As i'm having lots of trouble.

Thanks

ps. Multiple choice is a question and answer program with 4 answers

eg. What does USA stand for
a) United Stupid Amoeba
b) Unite Sacred Australia
c) United States of Amerca
d) United States of Arabic

of course the answer is C
 
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its not c, a , b or d. its :
e) Unites states of America
or
f) Unjust Selfish Agressor

btw
ur still using pascal????????
 

jameszeng

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I know that. I was giving an example of what a multiple choice question is for some people who don't know what they are.
 

jameszeng

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I want it dos style because it's the easiest to send over the internet to friends.
 
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in the old days of dos, a batch file was used for a automation. a simple automation task would be for a game loader:

instead of loading makehigh nenory.exe and then dos4gw.exe and then setinput.exe and then game.exe,

u have game.bat which loads all these.

a batch file is simply a text file containing dos commands and some syntax. i cant remember, but i used to make multiple choice by using choice.com...
if u want ill make u a visual-basic multiple choice menu and send it to u with scource code so u can develop further. dos is hopeless... sorry ...
 
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