I did a search and couldn't find anything that seemed to address this issue. Hopefully someone can help.
I'm trying to build a program that would present the user (well...me) with a rather large list of various check boxes (and combo boxes, etc...but for sake of the question I'll limit it to check boxes) and the selections would not only need to be stored in some way so they could be reloaded, but also they would need to have the "data" used to build sentences.
For example, part of the form would have a checkbox list like:
Emotional Issues -
Emotion 1, Emotion 2...Emotion 40
Then, at the end of the form I would be able to save client, load client, or generate report. When doing the generate it would output something like:
"Client's first name reported having emotional disturbance in areas of 'Emotion 1', 'Emotion 4', and 'Emotion 12'."
There, of course, would be probably several hundred check boxes, combo boxes, etc. throughout this program building a rather complex "report" when it's all said and done. So where I am stumped in on the methodology or approach that would be best for getting, storing, retrieving, and outputting this information.
What do you all think?