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m1afy - 31/10/2016 16:46:34
   
RE:Using the response from a Multiple Choice Dropdown

Hi Nicola,

The result can be calculated at the end of my questionaire,  I plan to have a 'calculate' button.

This will as well as providing my result load a form a populate it with a grid with a summary of the questionaire and other information..  (Well thats the plan :) ) 


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nicola.collins - 31/10/2016 16:29:07
   
RE:Using the response from a Multiple Choice Dropdown

Hi m1afy

Thank you for your post.

We currently have a few solutions in mind, however can we please clarify when you would like to see your results. For example are the results displayed on the same page and need to update each time a question is answered or are they displayed on a different page?


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m1afy - 31/10/2016 15:21:53
   
Using the response from a Multiple Choice Dropdown

Hi, I'm hoping I can be pointed in the right direction...

I have created a form with 34 multiple choice questions.  Each question has of course a keyword, in my case Q1Ans ..  Q34Ans.

What I'm trying to achieve is an expression that can increase the value of a variable based on the  responses to the 34 questions.

Example if Q1Ans isnt the choice 'Always' can I increase a variable by 10. So I'm looking for something like,

If Q1Ans <> Always Then VARMyVar = VARMyVar + 10...

The varaiants to expression code I have tried arent hitting the mark..


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