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a bug in round-up?  RSS feed

 
Rong Chen
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hey,
first, i want to say "round-up" is fantastic!! it helps me to refresh my memory of java fundmentals. i hope the author could add more questions to the exam bank.
and perhaps i met a bug in round-up today:
after i finished one game(three rounds) with 100% score, the button with text "next answer" appeared (shouldn't be there coz it's 100%, right?). i was curiously and pressed it, then next game started with mixture picture of score board and the text, the buttun was gone.
i use NT4 workstation with sp5.
regards
rong chen
 
paul wheaton
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Known bug. I keep saying I'm going to fix it.
I actually rewrote a lot of the applet a few weeks ago. I converted it to the jdk 1.1 even model and put all the questions in an XML format. I did a lot of cleanup, but then I got a job working 80 hours a week, so ....
 
AJ Dussault
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Stinkin' jobs. They always seem to get in the way...
 
Rob Whelan
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I'd be happy to fix it, if you like -- I ran into the same bug. I'm in-between projects at work right now, and everything the roundup applet is doing is stuff I've been coding for years.
Here's an example of what I was doing in '97 - needless to say, I've progressed significantly since then, but everything more recent isn't accessible online....
Let me know.
[This message has been edited by Rob Whelan (edited October 18, 2000).]
 
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