Re: how to output elements in random order?
> What about this: compute $seed divided by the string length of the node > and pick some of the digits in the fraction part as sort key. If some > nodes (questions) have the same length, you can also include the position > in your computation. Yes, I was thinking to something like that: a xor (or similar) between the seed and some hash of the node contents. What you suggest is much easier and should provide enough "randomness" to create permuted multiple-choiche tests. Thank you, Massimo XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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