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  1. #1
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    Question and Answers Program

    //This is the only way I know that when a question is been asked it uses the statements below try it out.Only "Grade 1"I repeat Grade 1 only works at the moment for this is still a prototype.I am new to programming please bear with me.Thanks.

    #include<iostream>
    #include<string>
    using namespace std;
    using std::string;
    //functions
    int grade1(void);
    //questions
    int grade1q1(void);
    int grade1q2(void);
    int grade1q3(void);
    int grade2(void);
    int grade3(void);
    int grade4(void);


    int main()
    {
    string space ="\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n";
    string line ="-------------------------------------------------------------------------------";
    int start;
    int grade;
    cout<<"Welcome to the English Guide.\nEnter (1)to continue or (0)to exit.\n\nAnswer:";
    cin>>start;
    if(start==1){


    do{
    cout<<"\n\nPlease Enter your Grade:\n";
    cout<<"\n[1]Grade 1\n\n[2]Grade 2\n\n[3]Grade 3\n\n[4]Grade 4\n\nAnswer:";
    cin>>start;
    }while(start<1||start>4);
    switch(start)
    {
    case 1:cout<<space<<line<<"\nGrade 1";cout<<grade1q1();cout<<grade1q2();cout<<grade1q3(); break;
    case 2:cout<<line<<"Grade 2"; break;
    case 3:cout<<line<<"Grade 3"; break;
    case 4:cout<<line<<"Grade 4"; break;
    default :cout<<line<<"Sorry This is number is not valid."; break;
    }
    }
    else cout<<"Thank you for using the English Guide";


    }

    int grade1q1(void)
    {
    int a1=0,a2,guessNum;
    cout<<"\n\nQuestion No.1\n\n";
    do
    {
    for (guessNum = 0;a1!= 1; guessNum++){
    if(guessNum<5){
    {

    cout<<"\n_____ you going to school?";
    cout<<"\n\n[1]Are [3]Is\n\n[2]They [4]Will\n";
    cin>>a1;
    }

    }else{cout<<"Thank you for using the program.";return 0;}
    }}while(a1!=1);

    }

    //Grade 1 Question 2
    int grade1q2(void)
    {
    int a1=0,a2,guessNum;
    cout<<"\n\nQuestion No.2\n\n";
    do
    {
    for (guessNum = 0;a1!= 4; guessNum++){
    if(guessNum<5){
    {

    cout<<"\n____ they be heading to the mall?";
    cout<<"\n\n[1]Are [3]Is\n\n[2]Them [4]Will\n";
    cin>>a1;
    }

    }else{cout<<"Thank you for using the program.";return 0;}
    }}while(a1!=4);
    }

    int grade1q3(void)
    {
    int a1=0,a2,guessNum;
    cout<<"\n\nQuestion No.3\n\n";
    do
    {
    for (guessNum = 0;a1!= 3; guessNum++){
    if(guessNum<5){
    {

    cout<<"\n____the dog jumping on the couch?";
    cout<<"\n\n[1]Are [3]Is\n\n[2]They [4]Will\n";
    cin>>a1;
    }

    }else{cout<<"Thank you for using the program.";return 0;}
    }}while(a1!=3);
    }

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    GCDEF is offline Elite Member Power Poster
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    Re: Question and Answers Program

    Do you have a question?

    If you want help with code, you'll need to use code tags and proper formatting.

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    Re: Question and Answers Program

    As GCDEF said, please use code tags when posting code. The code as posted is just about unreadable. Go Advanced, select the code and click '#'.

    Code:
    int grade1q1(void)
    {
    int a1 = 0,
         a2,
         guessNum;
    
         cout << "\n\nQuestion No.1\n\n";
        do
        {
            for (guessNum = 0; a1 != 1; guessNum++) 
            {
                 if (guessNum < 5) 
                 {
                      {
                            cout << "\n_____ you going to school?";
                            cout << "\n\n[1]Are [3]Is\n\n[2]They [4]Will\n";
                            cin >> a1;
                      }
                } 
                else 
                {
                      cout << "Thank you for using the program.";
                      return 0;
                }
           }
        } while (a1 != 1);
    }
    The extra braces highlighted are not needed.
    Code:
    using namespace std;
    using std::string;
    You don't need to have using std::string as you already have using namespace std.

    Code:
    case 1:cout<<space<<line<<"\nGrade 1";cout<<grade1q1();cout<<grade1q2();cout<<grade1q3(); break;
    I would advise against having more than one statement per line
    Code:
    case 1:
         cout << space << line <<" \nGrade 1";
         cout << grade1q1();
         cout << grade1q2();
         cout << grade1q3();
         break;
    Code:
    string space ="\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n";
    string line ="-------------------------------------------------------------------------------";
    As the value of these variables doesn't change, they would usually be defined as const.
    Code:
    const string space ="\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n";
    const string line ="-------------------------------------------------------------------------------";
    All advice is offered in good faith only. You are ultimately responsible for effects of your programs and the integrity of the machines they run on.

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