# [LON-CAPA-cvs] cvs: loncom /html/adm/help/tex Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex

felicia felicia@source.lon-capa.org
Fri, 05 Feb 2010 21:49:02 -0000

felicia		Fri Feb  5 21:49:02 2010 EDT

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corrected a few misspelled words

--- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex:1.18	Sat Jun 14 16:41:34 2008
+++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex	Fri Feb  5 21:49:02 2010
@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@

\&name(), \&student\_number(), \&firstname(), \&lastname()  & Return the full name in the following format: lastname, firstname initial. Student\_number returns the student 9-alphanumeric string. The functions firstname and lastname return just that part of the name. If undefined, the functions return null. \\
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-\&check\_status(\$partid) &Returns a number identifing the current status of a part. True values mean that a part is done'' (either unanswerable because of tries exhaustion, or correct) or a false value if a part can still be attempted. If \$part is unspecfied, it will check either the current $<$part$>$'s status or if outside of a $<$part$>$, check the status of previous $<$part$>$. The full set of return codes are: 'undef' means it is unattempted, 0 means it is attmpted and wrong but still has tries, 1 means it is marked correct, 2 means they have exceed maximum number of tries, 3 means it after the answer date\\
+\&check\_status(\$partid) &Returns a number identifying the current status of a part. True values mean that a part is done'' (either unanswerable because of tries exhaustion, or correct) or a false value if a part can still be attempted. If \$part is unspecified, it will check either the current $<$part$>$'s status or if outside of a $<$part$>$, check the status of previous $<$part$>$. The full set of return codes are: 'undef' means it is unattempted, 0 means it is attempted and wrong but still has tries, 1 means it is marked correct, 2 means they have exceed maximum number of tries, 3 means it after the answer date.\\
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\&open\_date(\$partid), \&due\_date(\$partid), \&answer\_date(\$partid) & Problem open date, due date and answer date in local human-readable format. Part 0 is chosen if \$partid is omitted.\\
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