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hello, I have a small problem :) i have a small test and every answer is the same, I cannot seem to change the script so it will let me have a different answer. Can anyone help change this please.

<form name="q" action=" "><p>What is 5+6?</p><input type="radio" name="ff" >4<br><input type="radio" name="ff" >10<br><input type="radio" name="ff" >11<br><input type="button" value="Check!" onclick="checkIt()"><hr /><hr /><form name="r" action=" "><p>What is 10+6?</p><input type="radio" name="fi" >16<br><input type="radio" name="fi" >10<br><input type="radio" name="fi" >11<br><input type="button" value="Check!" onclick="checkIt()"></form><script>function checkIt(){if (w.ff[2].checked){alert("Thats right!");}else{alert("Go back to kindergarden!!!");}}function checkIt(){if (q.fi[1].checked){alert("Thats right!");}else{alert("Go back to kindergarden!!!");}}</script>

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Try this code.... to change the answer, modify the variable "ans" in javascript code.....

<form name="qtn1" action=" "><p>What is 5+6?</p><input type="radio" value="4" name="ff">4<br><input type="radio" value="10" name="ff">10<br><input type="radio" value="11" name="ff">11<br><input type="button" value="Check!" onclick="checkIt('1')"> </form><hr /><hr /><form name="qtn2" action=" "><p>What is 10+6?</p><input type="radio" value="16" name="fi" >16<br><input type="radio" value="10" name="fi">10<br><input type="radio" value="11" name="fi">11<br><input type="button" value="Check!" onclick="checkIt('2')"></form><script>function checkIt(val){var radioObj;var ans;if (val==1) {radioObj = document.qtn1.ff;ans=11;}else if(val==2) {radioObj = document.qtn2.fi;ans=16;}var radioLength = radioObj.length;alert(radioLength);for(var i = 0; i < radioLength; i++) {        if(radioObj[i].checked) {           if(radioObj[i].value==ans)               alert('Correct Answer');	   else	       alert('Wrong: Incorrect Answer');        }    }}</script>

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Oh, was using alert for testing purpose...... try this code.

<form name="qtn1" action=" "><p>What is 5+6?</p><input type="radio" value="4" name="ff">4<br><input type="radio" value="10" name="ff">10<br><input type="radio" value="11" name="ff">11<br><input type="button" value="Check!" onclick="checkIt('1')"> </form><hr /><hr /><form name="qtn2" action=" "><p>What is 10+6?</p><input type="radio" value="16" name="fi" >16<br><input type="radio" value="10" name="fi">10<br><input type="radio" value="11" name="fi">11<br><input type="button" value="Check!" onclick="checkIt('2')"></form><script>function checkIt(val){  var radioObj;  var ans;  if (val==1) {    radioObj = document.qtn1.ff;ans=11;    }  else if(val==2) {    radioObj = document.qtn2.fi;ans=16;    }  var radioLength = radioObj.length;  for(var i = 0; i < radioLength; i++) {    if(radioObj[i].checked) {      if(radioObj[i].value==ans)         alert('Correct Answer');      else	                alert('Wrong: Incorrect Answer');              }        }  }</script>

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