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i'm now designing a mathematic program
that allowed user to key in the answer into the textfield and if the answer is correct it'll show something(pictures) and if it's incorrect the "error message" will appear.
your answer and sample are appreciate
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I'll work up an example for you.
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Okay, here is your example.

All i did was use a simple IF...THEN statement to determine whether the number entered was the value expected.  

Compiled:
http://www.coopa.demon.co.uk/ee/math.swf

Source:
http://www.coopa.demon.co.uk/ee/math.fla

Let me know if you need any help understanding it.
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> if the answer is correct it'll show something(pictures)
> and if it's incorrect the "error message" will appear.

To achieve this you would just use two labels in the main timeline, both with stop actions.

then the code would look something like this:

If ("variable1" = "22")
      Go to and Stop ("correct")
Else
      Go to and Stop ("wrong")
End If
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how if i want the user to know how many question they answer are correct and how many are the incorrect answer ?

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how if i want the user to know how many question they answer are correct and how many are the incorrect answer ?

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how if i want the user to know how many question they answer are correct and how many are the incorrect answer ?

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how if i want the user to know how many question they answer are correct and how many are the incorrect answer ?

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Then you do this...

Set Variable: "score" = 0

If ("variable1" = "22")
      Set Variable: "score" = score + 1
End If

If ("variable2" = "18")
      Set Variable: "score" = score + 1
End If

If ("variable3" = "82")
      Set Variable: "score" = score + 1
End If

and so on....

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would u mind to do the fla file for me pls?
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one more coopa if the user had answer 3 question and the answer all truth then the it'll show them like greeting text
like that how to do it ?
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