This program provides an easy way to study flashcards. It makes it easier to learn (memorize) information by only asking you the questions you've missed before. For example, if you had 5 flashcards, A, B, C, D, and E, but you only got A, B, and D correct on the first run through, the program would only ask you C and E for the next round. The rounds get continually smaller, until you've correctly answered all the questions you got wrong.
Another handy thing that Qwizzer does is keep track of the questions that gave you the most trouble. It provides an option to save the questions sorted so that the toughest questions are at the top of the file, so that you can print out the file and have the questions you need to work on listed first.
The quiz files are just regular text files (.TXT files), with a special format. You can use any program that can create text files, such as Notepad or Microsoft Word.
A quiz file is composed of question and answer pairs, with a pair consisting of a single line for the question, followed by a single line for the answer. Each pair is separated by a blank line. Lines beginning with a # character are ignored (they are considered comment lines).
Here's the contents of the sample quiz file that is included with the program, which demonstrates how easy it is to make quiz files: