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The only way to match words in any order is to actually write all the possible different combinations, e.g.
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: The only way to match words in any order is to actually write all the possible different combinations, e.g.
 
(blue white red|blue red white|white blue red|white red blue|red white blue|red blue white)--[[User:Joseph Rézeau|Joseph Rézeau]] 06:48, 17 February 2012 (WST)
 
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:: But the Pmatch question type can handle this sort of thing: http://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=qtype_pmatch (It's only available for 2.1 and later, however)--[[User:Tim Hunt|Tim Hunt]] 17:31, 17 February 2012 (WST)

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The example about the French flag always expects students to say the answer Blue, White and Red. What happens if a students answers Red, white and blue? Can regular expressions deal with any combination of answers?

Peter_Nickson

@Peter:

The only way to match words in any order is to actually write all the possible different combinations, e.g.

(blue white red|blue red white|white blue red|white red blue|red white blue|red blue white)--Joseph Rézeau 06:48, 17 February 2012 (WST)

But the Pmatch question type can handle this sort of thing: http://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=qtype_pmatch (It's only available for 2.1 and later, however)--Tim Hunt 17:31, 17 February 2012 (WST)