With a new semester comes new information. If you've never heard of flash cards, they're usually made out of index cards. Questions or phrases are written on one side, with the answers on the backside. An individual will usually make a set of related cards, such as a multiplication deck, or maybe a set based on vocabulary for a specific class. They take a card, look at the triggering phrase, then try to recollect the answer. They flip the card over, and test their knowledge. It is a great way to build and reinforce memory. I've made a small program to emulate this idea, and I'm sharing it here because it's a game you play with yourself. I hope it helps. I may add more features as I use it myself, but, at the moment, it does what I want it to do.
P.S. I've gone ahead and included the source code along with the executable so that people can add their own features as they wish.
P.S.S. in a below post I mentioned sharing data sets when they're created. I went through some past assignments and put together a list of medical terms related to Latin prefixes, roots, and suffixes. It is pretty useful information to know,
Though it is only one chapter worth. It should keep the those interested busy for a time.
chapter 1 medical terms: https://www.dropbox.com/s/j5c8xl7boulu0 … s.txt?dl=0
chapter 2 medical terms: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5rsiu9od7t5nx … s.txt?dl=0
download link for program: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qrvvikew1fl9y … s.zip?dl=0
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