Quizmo is a program that helps students study. Users enter questions and answers, and the program asks the student the questions in a random order.
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Release Notes: The ~/.config/quizmo directory is now searched for the specified question file if it is not found in the current directory. When the user's accuracy is shown, the number of decimals printed has been reduced to two.
Release Notes: This version adds the ability to save questions and answers to a file (in XML format), the ability to load questions and answers from a file, and the ability to make answers case insensitive. In addition, invalid command line arguments are now detected and not ignored as they were in previous versions.
Release Notes: This release has been completely rewritten in C#. The code has been made more object-oriented so that a GTK GUI can be more easily added in the future. The user's accuracy is now shown at the end of every quiz.
Release Notes: This release asks if the program should repeat the questions before exiting. It also features improved randomness, and improved code readability.
Release Notes: The code now contains comments and was cleaned up slightly with checks for ints when required. An error that occurred when users entered a character into an int field was corrected. The configure script now contains correct version information.