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I am developing VB6 code to do multiple choice questions. So far my code reads only question 1 from the file. How do I get the code to go to read question 2, question3, etc., from the same file? All kind regards.
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I am developing VB6 code to do multiple choice questions. So far my code reads only question 1 from the file. How do I get the code to go to read question 2, question3, etc., from the same file? All kind regards.
Just loop through it. If your file has some delimiter, check for it and proceed

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