[Tugindia] New environment

Duvvuri Venu Gopal venugopal_duvvuri at rediffmail.com
Tue Jul 4 04:53:24 CEST 2006

Don't reinvent the wheel. Already two exam.cls files are there. The exam.cls  in Examdesign is suitable for your requirements. If you want to create a cls file for your institution just call this class file with RequirePackage and do modifications whatever you want. OR open the exam.cls file do modifications and save it at your local site with another name.


On Tue, 04 Jul 2006 mkalidoss wrote :
>Dear TUGIndia,
>I am aware of Exam.cls file for question papers.
>However, I am interested in developing a class file,
>customized to typeset question paper of our institution.
>This question paper contains Part A, which consists
>of multiple choice questions and shall contain
>questions from 1 to 10. Other parts of the paper
>contain questions with numbers, like 11a. 11b etc. and
>also numbers like 16, 17, etc.
>  The desired form of input (for Part A) is
>\question [1.] How many cows are needed to graze the field?
>\choice One
>\choice Two
>\choice Three
>\choice Four
>\question [2.]  blah blah blah blah blah
>I also want to include a switch \2column=true/false
>for this section alone.
>I tried the following code, which is obviously inadequate.
>   {\ifx\empty#1\empty\else\gdef\@aquestions{#1}\fi}
>   {\ifx\empty#1\empty\else\gdef\@aq{#1}\fi}
>   {\ifx\empty#1\empty\else\gdef\@amark{#1}\fi}
>   {\ifx\empty#1\empty\else\gdef\@atotal{#1}\fi}
>{\begin{center}\textbf{Part A}\end{center}
>Answer~\@aquestions~questions\hfill($\@aq~\times~ \@amark = \@atotal$)
>Kindly help me.
>M. Kalidoss
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