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help me on how i calculate my online examination multiple choices


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<div><b>Question 1:</b></div>
<div>What do the letter "MS" in MSNBC stand for?</div>
<ul><input type='radio' name=1' />A.Mothersky</ul>
<ul><input type='radio' name=1' />B.Microsoft</ul>
<ul><input type='radio' name=1' />C.Macrosoft</ul>
<ul><input type='radio' name=1' />D.Mediashare</ul>

<div><b>Question 2:</b></div>";
<div>Which operating system was developed by a college student name Linus Torvalds.</div>
<li><input type='radio' name=1' />A.Linux</li>
<li><input type='radio' name=1' />B.Ubuntu</li>
<li><input type='radio' name=1' />C.Microsoft</li>
<li><input type='radio' name=1' />D.Kubuntu</li>

<div><b>Question 3:</b></div>
<div>What does the letter "A" in RAM stand for.</div>
<ul><input type='radio' name=1' />A.Accelerate</ul>
<ul><input type='radio' name=1' />B.Alternative</ul>
<ul><input type='radio' name=1' />C.Access</ul>
<ul><input type='radio' name=1' />D.Action</ul>




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What?

If you want answers for those, a quick google search will find many. If you want something else, please explain in detail.

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Heh... nah... let it stand to show what we won't help with. ;-)

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Heh... nah... let it stand to show what we won't help with. ;-)


Your "evil" continues to amaze me :-D


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Heh... nah... let it stand to show what we won't help with. ;-)


Your "evil" continues to amaze me :-D


That's not "evil". Evil would have been me putting on the most serious DBA "face" I possibly could and then answering the questions... ;-)

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As a bit of a side bar, notice that the current number of visits to SSC is precisely "1". The OP hasn't even checked to see if any of the responses on this thread are helpful. ;-)

--Jeff Moden

RBAR is pronounced ree-bar and is a Modenism for Row-By-Agonizing-Row.
First step towards the paradigm shift of writing Set Based code:
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Jeff Moden (4/1/2011)
As a bit of a side bar, notice that the current number of visits to SSC is precisely "1". The OP hasn't even checked to see if any of the responses on this thread are helpful. ;-)


All this effort! For nothing?!

Angry

Hehe


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we need an evil version of "let me google that for you" that gives wrong answers.....it would be ideal for these situations.

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Koen Verbeeck (4/2/2011)
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As a bit of a side bar, notice that the current number of visits to SSC is precisely "1". The OP hasn't even checked to see if any of the responses on this thread are helpful. ;-)


All this effort! For nothing?!

Angry

Hehe


Still only 1 visit to the site as of now. I like the evil LMGTFY idea.



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