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Writing a Yes/No question
Questions that allow only a yes or no (true or false) response are known as boolean questions.
In this example, we will write a boolean question that looks like this when asked:
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Enter the question name, question text, and the boolean keyword followed by a semicolon.
GetNewsletter "Click the checkbox if you would like to receive our online newsletter" boolean;
Because the question does not have a yes/no response list, only one check box is displayed. This corresponds to a Yes (or true) answer. Anyone who does not click the box is assumed to have given a No (false) answer.
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Interview scripting: Getting started