Paul Clapham wrote:That wouldn't be my question. My question would be "Why aren't the height and width values being set to the numbers I wanted them to be set to?"
Norm Radder wrote:From the previous responses to this problem:
Have a Quiz class that holds a question and the correct answer(s) and score values for correct, wrong or close answers from user
Create a list of Quiz items. This could be read from a file.
Use a loop that accesses the next Quiz item, asks the user the question, reads the user's response and compares that to the answer in the Quiz class.
Evaluate the user's answer and give a score.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:...or do you mean how do you verify that you haven't copied code from elsewhere? Round here, we used to use a program called turnitin (or similar); it searches for similar code throughout the net and Academia worldwide.
Junilu Lacar wrote:
Jordan Belford wrote:I can't share any code due to plagiarism security reasons. I would also like to get information only in words not coding as I don't want to get plagiarized.
That severely limits the options for helping you. Without code to look at and discuss, we won't know exactly where and how things are going wrong for you. Any suggestions made that do not include code examples can quickly be misinterpreted and mistranslated to code, resulting in the wrong thing. You might be in for a long and frustrating haul. Good luck.
Norm Radder wrote:
how to make each answer equal to a certain question
I don't understand what that means. Can you explain and give an example.
how I can add a a point for each question
Where are the points being kept?
the total score
Would that be the sum of the points that were kept somewhere?
Norm Radder wrote:Use field(s) in a class to save scores.
Norm Radder wrote:
I have most of the concepts in my head
Good, that is a first step. Now for us to be able tp help you improve and implement your design can you post the details of the design so we can work on that before trying to write any code.
Once there is a good design for the program. then you could ask specific questions about any of the steps that are giving you a problem.
Norm Radder wrote:Is the reason you don't want to do a design for the project because of can't show my work because of security reasons?