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Write a C++ program to allow the user to create a test bank

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Write a C++ program to allow the user to create a test bank of questions. The program should first ask the user how many questions he or she wishes to create. This quantity will be the first line in the test bank. The user should now be prompted for all information for each question, and then that question is written out to the test bank in the exact format specified in the Phase 2 Individual Project.
For each question, the following information should be gathered:
Question type: Multiple choice (MC) or True/False (TF)
Question value
Actual question
If the question is TF, then get answer
If the question is MC, then get the number of options followed by each option and finally the answer
This program should be robust and allow users who make mistakes the ability to correct them (exception handling).
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  LogicPro replied 1 year ago.

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What is the deadline?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Here i posted the wrong question. . Here is the correct one. Due on the 1st

Write a C++ program that is menu-driven that allows for the following menu choices:

  1. Load an exam: Loading an exam should prompt the user for an exam file. If no file exists, it should allow the user to specify a different file. Upon a successful load of an exam, the user should be presented with the menu again.
  2. Display exam: The program should simply display each question, its point value, and the answer to the screen. (The functionality of actually taking the exam will be created in Week 5). Upon displaying the exam to the screen, the user should be presented with the menu again.
  3. Quit: Quit the program gracefully by displaying a "thank you" message to the user, and ensure that all files have been closed along with any other housekeeping that should be done as your program shuts down.

Consider creating a class exam that will hold the actual exam and provide behavior such as loadExam and also displayExam.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Relist: Answer came too late.
Write a C++ program that is menu-driven that allows for the following menu choices:
Load an exam: Loading an exam should prompt the user for an exam file. If no file exists, it should allow the user to specify a different file. Upon a successful load of an exam, the user should be presented with the menu again.
Display exam: The program should simply display each question, its point value, and the answer to the screen. (The functionality of actually taking the exam will be created in Week 5). Upon displaying the exam to the screen, the user should be presented with the menu again.
Quit: Quit the program gracefully by displaying a "thank you" message to the user, and ensure that all files have been closed along with any other housekeeping that should be done as your program shuts down.
Consider creating a class exam that will hold the actual exam and provide behavior such as loadExam and also displayExam.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Write a C++ program that is menu-driven that allows for the following menu choices:

  1. Load an exam: Loading an exam should prompt the user for an exam file. If no file exists, it should allow the user to specify a different file. Upon a successful load of an exam, the user should be presented with the menu again.
  2. Display exam: The program should simply display each question, its point value, and the answer to the screen. (The functionality of actually taking the exam will be created in Week 5). Upon displaying the exam to the screen, the user should be presented with the menu again.
  3. Quit: Quit the program gracefully by displaying a "thank you" message to the user, and ensure that all files have been closed along with any other housekeeping that should be done as your program shuts down.

Consider creating a class exam that will hold the actual exam and provide behavior such as loadExam and also displayExam.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Write a C++ program that is menu-driven that allows for the following menu choices:

  1. Load an exam: Loading an exam should prompt the user for an exam file. If no file exists, it should allow the user to specify a different file. Upon a successful load of an exam, the user should be presented with the menu again.
  2. Display exam: The program should simply display each question, its point value, and the answer to the screen. (The functionality of actually taking the exam will be created in Week 5). Upon displaying the exam to the screen, the user should be presented with the menu again.
  3. Quit: Quit the program gracefully by displaying a "thank you" message to the user, and ensure that all files have been closed along with any other housekeeping that should be done as your program shuts down.

Consider creating a class exam that will hold the actual exam and provide behavior such as loadExam and also displayExam.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Write a C++ program that is menu-driven that allows for the following menu choices:

  1. Load an exam: Loading an exam should prompt the user for an exam file. If no file exists, it should allow the user to specify a different file. Upon a successful load of an exam, the user should be presented with the menu again.
  2. Display exam: The program should simply display each question, its point value, and the answer to the screen. (The functionality of actually taking the exam will be created in Week 5). Upon displaying the exam to the screen, the user should be presented with the menu again.
  3. Quit: Quit the program gracefully by displaying a "thank you" message to the user, and ensure that all files have been closed along with any other housekeeping that should be done as your program shuts down.

Consider creating a class exam that will hold the actual exam and provide behavior such as loadExam and also displayExam.

Expert:  Bruce Wilner replied 2 months ago.
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