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Code help please survey/form. Doesnt matter format

I am in desperate need of some help to write some code for templates I need for work.

I want to write a number of different options but I need to know how to do a basic code and have fields come up based on answers from the previous question. Something kind of like this...

Select Letter (then have the different letter options and depending on the one thats chosen the first question would come up) Amount (text box to answer and wouldnt need to be answer based, only the fields I would have as check boxes wouldbe answer based) Installments ()1 ()2 ()3 (say if the person chose 1 it would go on to a different field and then if they chose 2 or 3 it would ad an extra step they would have to answer for how much the installments would be if it were more than one)

Then rather than submitting the form and having it sent to an email all I need is it to generate a regular html plain old page with the question listed and then whatever was typed or selected for an answer showing as the result that can just be copied and pasted into a lot on the account for record keeping.

This will save my co-workers huge headaches and save us lots of time to get more work done. If anyone can help me with this I will be forever greatful. I would even be willing to pay a "small" fee for someone to help me, I'm desperate!!!!!!
Jan 22 '10 #1
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sanjib65
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All you need to do can be done using an XML file and one or two .CS file(ie; your own Properties and Constructors overloading). So that once one filled up the form or answered the questions, datas being added to the XML file that you can later be printed.

You can check this link where I experimenrted with the same idea:

http://aspspider.info/lokhu/Memeber/Default.aspx
Jan 22 '10 #2
Curtis Rutland
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I'm sorry, but this is not the kind of website you are looking for. We don't write code for you, and we certainly don't contract out our members for jobs.

We can help you with specific coding problems that you have while coding your solution yourself, but we will not do your work for you.

I'm locking this thread. If you do run into a specific coding problem while writing the solution yourself, you can create a new thread and our experts and members will be happy to assist you.

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