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QUIZ(6)             UNIX Programmer's Manual		  QUIZ(6)

     quiz - test your knowledge

     /usr/games/quiz [ -i file ] [ -t ] [ category1 category2 ]

     _Q_u_i_z gives associative knowledge tests on various subjects.
     It asks items chosen from _c_a_t_e_g_o_r_y_1 and expects answers from
     _c_a_t_e_g_o_r_y_2.  If no categories are specified, _q_u_i_z gives
     instructions and lists the available categories.

     _Q_u_i_z tells a correct answer whenever you type a bare new-
     line.  At the end of input, upon interrupt, or when ques-
     tions run out, _q_u_i_z reports a score and terminates.

     The -t flag specifies `tutorial' mode, where missed ques-
     tions are repeated later, and material is gradually intro-
     duced as you learn.

     The -i flag causes the named file to be substituted for the
     default index file.  The lines of these files have the  syn-
	  line	    = category newline | category `:' line
	  category  = alternate | category `|' alternate
	  alternate = empty | alternate primary
	  primary   = character | `[' category `]' | option
	  option    = `{' category `}'

     The first category on each line of an index file names an
     information file.	The remaining categories specify the
     order and contents of the data in each line of the informa-
     tion file.  Information files have the same syntax.
     Backslash `\' is used as with _s_h(1) to quote syntactically
     significant characters or to insert transparent newlines
     into a line.  When either a question or its answer is empty,
     _q_u_i_z will refrain from asking it.


     The construct `a|ab' doesn't work in an information file.
     Use `a{b}'.

Printed 11/26/99	  May 20, 1985				1