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Mastering Articulate Storyline by Ashley Chiasson

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Using true/false variables

A true/false variable is a simplified boolean variable, in that it is a data type containing two values–in this case true and false. Therefore, this variable only stores two types of values: true and false.

True/false variables are a great way of creating interactivity based on opposites, for example, off/on, visited/not visited, correct/incorrect, and so on.

Exercise 2

Let's take a look at Exercise 2. In this exercise, we're going to revisit the example discussed at the beginning of this chapter. Here, you'll learn how to use true/false variables to direct user navigation. Please note that in your Manage Project Variables panel, you will notice additional variables; these variables are associated with the After example ...

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