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Thread: If else question/problem

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    Default If else question/problem

    Hi,


    I just created, with the help of this forum , a program that now successfully loops and asks a question that changes each loop,

    eg:
    Loop start> Person 1 do you like apples?? >Loop> Person 2 do you like apples >Loop> Person 3 do you like apples etc..

    My problem now is that at the end I added an else to say you have entered the wrong option please say yes or no. But when you enter the wrong option the program goes to person 2 and if its wrong again it goes to person 3 etc.. What I want is for it to re-ask for person 1 and not affect the loop.


    Thank you very much for the help.

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    Default Re: If else question/problem

    This can be deleted I figured it out!!!
    Last edited by Callcollect; November 22nd, 2011 at 10:17 AM.

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