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nicola.collins - 03/11/2016 10:30:13
   
RE:Using the response from a Multiple Choice Dropdown

Hi m1afy

You are welcome. I am glad it worked for you.

I hope the mini guide was helpful too.


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m1afy - 03/11/2016 10:22:48
   
RE:Using the response from a Multiple Choice Dropdown

Hi Nicola,

Perfect, it was the exact syntax I was having trouble with.

I had already antisipated nulling the variable prior to each run.

Thanks for your help..


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nicola.collins - 01/11/2016 09:28:01
   
RE:Using the response from a Multiple Choice Dropdown

Hi m1afy

Thanks for the quick response.

You can remove the logic from the question response and have them running when you calculate.

For each response you can give it a value that can be used as a points system. For example

If Q1Ans <> "Always" give it a value of 10 (10 points), if Q1Ans = "Always" give it a value of 1 (1 point) etc

By using compounds you can control the value of the variable to increase only when needed.

For example

If:(Q1Ans<>"Always")

{

VARMyVar:=VARMyVar+10;

}

It would be useful to reset the variable before running the calculate button in case it is clicked multiple times

I have included the link to some guidance on compounds for extra support if needed click here


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