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Justify multiple choice exam into plain text?

Postby Lassar » Wed Aug 29, 2018 5:04 am

Have been working on a electronics multiple choice exam program, and
need to justified the text to create a professional looking multiple
choices exam.

Tried using the tex algorithm to justify the exam, and it looks worst than
a greedy algorithm to wrap text.

Have seen a few examples of what tex based multiple choice exams look like,
and it looks like tex is using a greedy algorithm to break the answer paragraphs
into lines.

My multiple choice exam will be displayed on the computer screen.

I appreciate any help you can give me.

What is the best way to break a multiple choice paragraph into lines?

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Postby Johannes_B » Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:40 am

Welcome to the community,

it is a bit hard to imagine what you are doing right now. For a mcq sheet, i would probably recommend the exam class. On the other hand, i wouldn't recommend mcq at all.

Or maybe have a look at the tasks package, along with the xsim package. It is a very powerful combination. Exsheets (example) was the predecessor of xsim.
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