The issue is that I've got a small application coded in JAVA which is for practicing English, this application includes: translation, multiple choice, and a couple of more types of exercises... pretty simple style application.
For example for exact translation exercises, it reads the phrases and answers from the same test file called Exam.txt.
An example content of the [url removed, login to view] file would be:
(t this is my translation t) ----> this stands for the title
this is my phrase ----> this stands for the text that will be translated
(b answer b) ----> this stands for the answer.
(t title of test t)
translate this to spanish (b traduce esto a español b)
*When you open [url removed, login to view] which calls some .jar files..etc..
an IE explorer will be opened showing the exercise ready to be used.
the (b text b) will create a text box, and if type the correct answer, then it will accept it and let to go to the second box to fill it in.
You can see more details on the image file that I attached.
What I would need is, this same application re-made in PHP+Ajax. Im also open to other programming languages, flash, or any.
Get in touch with me for further details, or questions.
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Linux, Unix, Windows
Mozilla, Internet explorer