There are several AskOptions 'options' that provide you flexibility in how you present the question to the end user.
The standard <<*AskOption* . . .>> will present to the end user a series of check boxes from which the user can select one or more of the options.
<<*AskOptions(radio)*. . .>> presents a series of radio buttons from which the user can select only one of the options.
<<AskOptions(connector)*. . . >> presents a series of checkboxes from which the user can select one or more of the options, and adds to the bottom of the selection list an optional group of connectors. The selected items are presented in a linear fashion with the selected connectors interposed between the selections.
Note: Use (connector) when the <<*Options* blocks in the main document should all follow the designated pattern. If one or more of the <<*Options* blocks will not be following the pattern, leave out the '(connector)' argument in the Ask prompt and insert an (and) or (or) argument in the body text. See 'and' and 'or' arguments.