This is the Linux app named Automated_Quiz whose latest release can be downloaded as quiz_1.1.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Please download the above zip file and extract it to a secret folder and run the quiz.sh script from that folder in your terminal program, as shown in the youtube videos : https://youtu.be/kQi0XlIaT9M and https://youtu.be/prwKN5DiFp0 You may change the contents of the quiz.txt file to your liking, while maintaining the format of it.
Note: Press Enter/Return key after typing on your Terminal, to proceed to the next step, while testing the quiz.sh script. Also, increase the terminal font size to the desired level, before using the script, to view in bigger mode. Google search for linux / cygwin / mac terminal font size to know more about it.
LATEST UPDATE : The quiz.sh script is updated now to perform for the whole class of students and log the results into the Students_Score.txt file.
Also see this collection of bash scripts : https://sourceforge.net/projects/bash-shell-scripting-in-minute/ and this script : https://sourceforge.net/projects/command-output-to-html-table/
- If you are a Windows User, then you can also download and install cygwin from : https://www.cygwin.com to run Shell Scripts. Note : No need to select anything special on the CYGWIN package selection screen, in its SETUP. Also, after setup is completed, include the Cygwin Binary directory (bin) in the PATH environment variable. Suppose that your Cygwin is installed in the directory "c:\cygwin64". From "Control Panel" ⇒ (Optional) System and Security ⇒ System ⇒ Advanced System Settings ⇒ "Advanced" tab ⇒ Environment Variables ⇒ System Variables ⇒ Select variable named "PATH" ⇒ Edit ⇒ Add "c:\cygwin64\bin;" in front of the existing PATH entry. Note that the semi-colon serves as the directory separator to separate Cygwin from the rest of directory paths. Now start Cygwin Terminal from Desktop and change directory to the zip extracted folder (Refer: https://superuser.com/questions/1286119/how-to-open-desktop-directory-from-cygwin) and execute the Shell script, as shown in my video.
- A custom Puppy Linux Operating System has been created for this purpose of running the script on various client computers. You can download it here : https://sourceforge.net/projects/command-output-to-html-table/files/OS/ Wherever possible, give preference to the 64-bit system over the 32-bit system for better performance and features. You can copy and paste the code easily on the Terminal / Console program on this operating system, by using the keyboard shortcut keys like Ctrl+Insert for copying selected text and Shift+Insert for pasting copied text OR ELSE Middle Click Mouse Button / Wheel For Pasting on Terminal / Console. Press F4 to launch the Terminal from any Folder on the File Manager. This will set your working directory automatically. Use your favorite text editor to edit commands as required and then copy / paste it on the terminal / console and then press the enter key to execute it.
- Also, you can edit these files, safely, with a good text / code editor like sublime text ( https://www.sublimetext.com ), without causing any corruptions within it.
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