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Rules Roundup

 
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Hi Kathy and Paul,
Thanks for creating such a wonderful and playful game which gives us a lot of knowledge and revision preparing for SCJP.
Ranchers,
I have a couple of questions regarding rules roundup.
What are these things in Rules Roundup game and what does they signify "Lucky Horseshoe,Silver Spur, Hood Ornament, Spiny
Cactus, Barbed Wire, Cow Chip."
Paul,
And after I read all the answers of the questions that I answered wrong, I am getting
"That wraps 'er up! Click that done button if you want to release the cows and start a new round-up."
And a button with "next answer" as its label. I think that
the button should be "done" . I know this might sound silly as this is just a small thing. But I want the Rules roundup to be perfect. I don't know if I am suggesting to "Gild the Lilly."
thanks
Chandra!
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Originally posted by chandrashekar munukutla:
I have a couple of questions regarding rules roundup.
What are these things in Rules Roundup game and what does they signify "Lucky Horseshoe,Silver Spur, Hood Ornament, Spiny
Cactus, Barbed Wire, Cow Chip."


Horseshoes are considered by some superstitious people to bring good luck.
Spurs are worn by cowboys on the heels of their boots. Silver spurs were frequently given as prizes at rodeos and other cowboy contests.
Hood ornament is an decoration for the front of your car
Spiny cactus is a plant with unconfortable needles - not desirable
Cow chip is the dung from a cow. Definitely not what you want.

And after I read all the answers of the questions that I answered wrong, I am getting
"That wraps 'er up! Click that done button if you want to release the cows and start a new round-up."
And a button with "next answer" as its label. I think that
the button should be "done" . I know this might sound silly as this is just a small thing. But I want the Rules roundup to be perfect. I don't know if I am suggesting to "Gild the Lilly."

We'll work on this in the upgrade.
 
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Hey Chandra...
When are you taking the exam BTW...I had promised you to post some of my charts...well...I had posted my notes on Components sometime back...it must have percolated down somewhere..Do take a look and tell me if it was useful.
Regards,
Shyam
 
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