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Well, you know what I'd like to suggest...mabye instead of just printing the defition and waiting for input, mabye it could do it like a multiple choice thing? and it could pick random terms for the choices? for instance, instead of:
get network record given its address (weight: 1) (type an answer, '?' to see the right answer, 'score', 'save', or 'qui +t') _
it could have:
get network record given its address (weight: 1) a) socket b) bless c) getnetbyaddr d) getgrent (type an answer, '?' to see the right answer, 'score', 'save', or 'qui +t') _
And they could type in the name of the function OR the letter choice. Just a suggestion.

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In reply to Re: Yet Another Perl Aptitude Test (yapat) by EvanK
in thread Yet Another Perl Aptitude Test (yapat) by zeno

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