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Multiple choice quiz for Visual Basic (Programming)

Discussion in 'Space Bar' started by jamescv7, Sep 6, 2012.

  1. jamescv7

    jamescv7 Active Member

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    Hi guys :), well I'm back for another help basically still not a pro user when doing programming so I need to explore much.

    Can you guys help me on how to make a multiple choice quiz program? Its an activity and the deadline will be on Saturday, however I cannot find a research for it

    Also one link cannot solved much as its too way complicated.

    If anyone knows it just post for detailed steps. I will give a rep+ for giving good suggestion. :D
     
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    Hi Earth, actually the first link was that I'm referred though was way complicated as it does have error when used the code.
     
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    Here is how I did it...
    I made a groupbox with the text being the question. I then put four Checkboxes, three wrong answers one right, I put all the checkboxes in the group box. I also put a button that says "Change".

    I then put a label in the corner in that has the text "0" this will help with the score system. I then put another button that says Score with a label that says results.

    For the wrong answer I had put:
    Code:
    If CheckBox1.Checked = True Then
    CheckBox1.Enabled = False
    CheckBox2.Enabled = False
    CheckBox3.Enabled = False
    CheckBox4.Enabled = False
    Button1.Enabled = True
    
    Button one would be enabled for the change. Once you chose all options will be disabled until the change button was pressed.

    I coded the correct button the same way I coded the the wrong answer except with:
    Code:
    Label1.Text += 1
    
    This would add a point if you were to get the right answer.

    The code I used for the change button was:

    Code:
    If CheckBox3.Checked = True Then
    Label1.Text -= 1
    End If
    CheckBox1.Checked = False
    CheckBox2.Checked = False
    CheckBox3.Checked = False
    CheckBox4.Checked = False
    CheckBox1.Enabled = True
    CheckBox2.Enabled = True
    CheckBox3.Enabled = True
    CheckBox4.Enabled = True
    Button1.Enabled = False
    
    The Label1.Text -= 1 is to subtact from the score if you were to have the correct answer but wanted to change.


    When I coded Score I put:
    Code:
    Label2.Text = Label1.Text + "/1"
    Button1.Enabled = False
    
    The Button1 would be disabled so that once you got your result you could not change your answer to the correct one.

    I hope I helped. If I didn't I would recommend asking ReviewsAntivirus to help with coding.

    I do a little bit of coding :blush:.
     

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