Tell the Difference Between These Three Pictures 1874
Tell the Difference Between These Three Pictures 1876
I expect JMF had something else in mind (and I think I did too). But given this as...
Cramps is because there is no movement to relax and flex the muscles. As a typist I would splay my fingers occasionally. This is why I don't understand how people can use those teensy tiny poddie things. It forces all body parts to curl up into little balls.
Tell the Difference Between These Three Pictures 1875
I originally had in mind the general example of bank or stock transactions but marketing questionnaires are an even better example because you have to retain the goodwill of the questionee or they just...
The data can be packed tight. If you want to do it "right", the form has to be readable by the keypuncher, eye-sightable so that s-he doesn't loose her place. And appropriate paging capability is also very nice. It is a RPITA to have data in a booklet form that won't lay flat and has to be flipped often. Every time it gets flipped one hand leaves the keyboard which delays character entry by at least 10...well, it was 10 in my case. Real data enters were probably twice or three times as fast as I was.
That isn't as important, as much as the examiner likes to think. I'm buttuming that the examiner is the guy handing out the forms not the one who is filling it in or keying it in.
Oh, yea. "Here is how I want the data to be put on the cards. Put items 1-4 on page 3 into colums 8-12 and items 8-20 on page 1 into columns 5-6. Then go to page 10..."
Tell the Difference Between These Three Pictures 1877
snip phone interview things It strikes me with lots of these questionaires that they have no room for what you think are the important messages; just the multiple choice things marketing dream...
There are only two ways to enter this data. A third option is shoot the submitter...emoticon hangs head but they never let me do this.
I don't understand this. The programmer's ability is very important, especially in format. Unless you have one of these PeeCees that can tolerate bad code, bad data, and other nonsense.
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