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    Question file integration

    Hi,

    I'm planning to create a quiz-application. I want to use xml file as a database with questions and answers inside but in order to prevent cheating with results I want to integrate it with the binary file. Is it possible? Will it be possible to change the contents of integrated xml file while running the application (without recompilation)?

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    Default Re: file integration

    Quote Originally Posted by icco View Post
    Is it possible?
    Yes.

    Will it be possible to change the contents of integrated xml file while running the application (without recompilation)?
    Without exiting the application - no. When you exit the application you can modify the binary itself.

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