To get the questions for the answers in a Google Form using the Google Forms API in C#, you can use the following steps:

  1. Install the Google.Apis.Forms.v1 NuGet package.
  2. Authenticate with the Google Forms API using a service account or OAuth2 credentials.
  3. Use the FormsService class to retrieve the form by its ID.
  4. Iterate through the Form.Questions property to access the individual questions in the form.

Here’s an example of how you can retrieve the questions for a Google Form using the Forms API in C#:

Copy code// Create a FormsService client
FormsService formsService = new FormsService(new BaseClientService.Initializer
{
    HttpClientInitializer = credential,
    ApplicationName = "My Application"
});

// Get the form by its ID
Form form = formsService.Forms.Get(formId).Execute();

// Iterate through the form's questions
foreach (Question question in form.Questions)
{
    // Do something with the question (e.g. print it to the console)
    Console.WriteLine(question.QuestionText);
}

This code uses the FormsService to retrieve the form by its ID, and then iterates through the Questions property of the Form object to access the individual questions. You can then do something with each question, such as printing it to the console or storing it in a list.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions or if there’s anything else I can do to assist.

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