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On 30 Jul 2007 at 21:12, Boyd, Ronald wrote:
> So is there an answer to this possibility? What if the student had
> drawn the shapes around the circle in a more random manner so that
> having a heading of 285-84 was not correct for one of the two choices
> but was instead correct for heading 285-360, 34-76, 150-190. Would you
> have to write the code for the button with and Or condition?
Not necessarily. If the options where around a more perfect wheel,
the student could use a math trick.
I'm sending you a sample project.
The rectangles are numbered
starting from cero (0) from the top and counting clockwise.
So the yellow colored rectangles are numbered 0, 2, 3 and 6.
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