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Problem with TestOut's C# For Programmers

Postby » Sat, 14 Jan 2006 19:24:49 GMT


I am going through the training C# For Programmers made by TestOut and 
like the presentation. The only problem I have is a nastie bug (shortcoming) 
that renders this software practically useless. I've tried using TestOut's 
support form to submit the problem but each time I submit I get a "ERROR 
MESSAGE: Could not modify CSV file.".

My problem is the following:

After I run a simulation, the simualtion report comes up. One section of this 
is called "Correct Answer". This section contains the text "To view the 
correct answer, click here." (click here is hyperlinked). Clicking on this 
hyperlink never brings up the solution. This makes it impossible for me to 
check answers.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards,

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