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#Redirect[[qformat simplecsv]]
|type = Question format, CSV format
 
|entry = https://moodle.org/plugins/qformat_simplecsv
 
|tracker = https://github.com/PawelSuwinski/moodle-qformat_simplecsv/issues
 
|discussion = https://github.com/PawelSuwinski/moodle-qformat_simplecsv/issues
 
|maintainer = [[User:Paweł Suwiński|Paweł Suwiński]]
 
|float = right
 
}}
 
The Simple CSV format is a very simple way of creating multiple choice questions using a '''[[CSV]]''' (Comma separated value) file.
 
The format looks like this:
 
 
  "Category","Question text","CA 1",...,"CA n","","WA 1", ... ,"WA m"
 
 
That is,
 
+ CA - Correct Answer, WA - Wrong Answer
 
+ one question - one row
 
+ en empty cell sepparates correct answers from wrong ones
 
+ category column is optional and it is used when selected during import
 
+ numbers of CAs and WAs may differ from each other inside the row and between rows
 
 
 
[[File:qformat_simplecsv1.jpg|600px]]
 
 
 
IMPORTANT NOTES:
 
 
 
* You have to save the file in a [[CSV]] format. Don't save it as an Excel document or anything like that.
 
* Non-[[ASCII]] characters like 'quotes' can cause import errors. To avoid this, always save your text file in [[UTF-8]] encoding (most text editors, even [https://www.libreoffice.org/ Libre Office], will ask you).
 
 
 
==See also==
 
* [[Import questions]]
 
* [[qformat/csv]]
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Questions]]
 
 
 
[[es:qformat/simplecsv]]
 

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