Response History With A Sorted Display – Version 2

This post shows a slight adaptation to the sorted display post from the other day. If you missed that one, you can catch up here.

Response History With A Sorted Display – eLearning

This adaptation uses the same concept but instead of simply passing text to our array and displaying the contents we are passing the name of a multi-state object to the array and then using that name to change the state of an object in the blue box.

The reason for this adaptation was an attempt to overcome a possible limitation of characters in a variable. By passing a single word to the array we can have an object state appear that has many more words. In this example one of the object states has over 30 words and more than 150 characters.

The function is essentially the same. I did, however, decide to limit the number of choices to six which opens up a few more opportunities for application in your own projects.

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