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Graded Survey With Specific Answers for the grade given - advanced actions

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I wanted to implement this but couldnt find any tutorials on it, so i figured it out on my own and im making my own tutorial.

Say you want to create a survey with a range and whatever range the user ends up in determines what answer they get. so in my example with 12 questions the interval notation would be

(- infinity, Answer1, 19] or negative infinity < Answer 1 <= 19

[20, Answer 2, 28] or 20<= Answer 2 <= 28

[29, Answer 3, infinity) or 29 <= Answer 3 <infinity

First ready your answer options on the quiz results page. Make the possible answers on each of the quiz question pages and add a new state to them, make this new state blank. Name it so you can find it again. I named mine Answer 1 Blank, Answer 2 Blank, Answer 3 Blank

Add your questions and possible answers, I added the answers as text boxes with hitboxes on top of them

Add your variable, I named it score

Its a user type and i gave it a default value of 1

Next add the advanced actions.

If there are 3 options, Create 3 actions called 1,2,3

Action 1

Increment score by +1

Go to next slide

Action 2

Increment score by +2

Go to next slide

Action 3

Increment score by +3

Go to next slide

Attach the actions to the hit boxes on your question slides This will make it so when the user clicks the hit box, itll add either 1,2, or 3 to the score.

Youll also need another function (Conditional) called DisplayScore

-First Page

If any of the conditions true

Score lesser of equal to (19)

Actions

Change State of Answer 2 to Answer 2 Blank

Change State of Answer 3 to Answer 3 Blank

-Second Page

If Any of the conditions true

score is equal to 20

score is equal to 21

score is equal to 22

score is equal to 23

score is equal to 24

score is equal to 25

score is equal to 26

score is equal to 27

score is equal to 28

Actions

Change state of Answer 1 to Answer 1 Blank

Change state of Answer 3 to Answer 3 Blank

Third Page

If any of the conditions true

score greater than or equal to 29

Actions

Change state of Answer 1 to blank

Change state of Answer 2 blank

Apply this to your quiz result page results and it should work like a charm, message me with any questions you might have

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Graded Survey With Specific Answers for the grade given - advanced actions

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Nov 08, 2019

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I wanted to implement this but couldnt find any tutorials on it, so i figured it out on my own and im making my own tutorial.

Say you want to create a survey with a range and whatever range the user ends up in determines what answer they get. so in my example with 12 questions the interval notation would be

(- infinity, Answer1, 19] or negative infinity < Answer 1 <= 19

[20, Answer 2, 28] or 20<= Answer 2 <= 28

[29, Answer 3, infinity) or 29 <= Answer 3 <infinity

First ready your answer options on the quiz results page. Make the possible answers on each of the quiz question pages and add a new state to them, make this new state blank. Name it so you can find it again. I named mine Answer 1 Blank, Answer 2 Blank, Answer 3 Blank

Add your questions and possible answers, I added the answers as text boxes with hitboxes on top of them

Add your variable, I named it score

Its a user type and i gave it a default value of 1

Next add the advanced actions.

If there are 3 options, Create 3 actions called 1,2,3

Action 1

Increment score by +1

Go to next slide

Action 2

Increment score by +2

Go to next slide

Action 3

Increment score by +3

Go to next slide

Attach the actions to the hit boxes on your question slides This will make it so when the user clicks the hit box, itll add either 1,2, or 3 to the score.

Youll also need another function (Conditional) called DisplayScore

-First Page

If any of the conditions true

Score lesser of equal to (19)

Actions

Change State of Answer 2 to Answer 2 Blank

Change State of Answer 3 to Answer 3 Blank

-Second Page

If Any of the conditions true

score is equal to 20

score is equal to 21

score is equal to 22

score is equal to 23

score is equal to 24

score is equal to 25

score is equal to 26

score is equal to 27

score is equal to 28

Actions

Change state of Answer 1 to Answer 1 Blank

Change state of Answer 3 to Answer 3 Blank

Third Page

If any of the conditions true

score greater than or equal to 29

Actions

Change state of Answer 1 to blank

Change state of Answer 2 blank

Apply this to your quiz result page results and it should work like a charm, message me with any questions you might have

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