Concrete Code for a Quick Configuration, Page 2
The Non-Configuration Solution
Now that you've seen the code, it's time to evaluate how complicated this would be to implement as if/then statements. For the example file I gave, there are only 7 if statements that would be necessary. It's probably shorter to hard code the questions into the body of the program - however; the true power of this questionnaire solution is that it can be used with any questionnaire containing any number of questions.
If there are 500 questions in the database - the code remains the same code that you've seen here. This code is much less complicated and much easier to maintain than 500 if statements.
DownloadsQuestionnaire.zip - Source code for questionnaire with question configuration.
About the Author
Robert Bogue, MCSE (NT4/W2K), MCSA:Security, A+, Network+, Server+, I-Net+, IT Project+, E-Biz+, CDIA+ has contributed to more than 100 book projects and numerous other publishing projects. He was recently honored to become a Microsoft MVP for Microsoft Commerce Server and before that Microsoft Windows Servers-Networking. Robert blogs at http://www.thorprojects.com/blog. You can reach Robert at Rob.Bogue@thorprojects.com.
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