A Guide to Programming Logic and Design: Comprehensive
This title is a language-independent introduction to programming logic. It provides users with a structural approach to problem-solving in any language. Examples used in the book translate easily into modern languages such as C++, Pascal, Java, and Visual Basic. Through the introduction of programming concepts, this book enforces good style and outlines logical thinking.
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Introduction to Flowcharting and Pseudocode 1
MODULES HIERARCHY CHARTS
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ANSWER as NUMBER array BONUS bubble sort called char character COBOL cohesion compute ANSWER computer program contains control break create DATA TYPE DECIMALS decision decision table declare variables dental insurance EMP-DEPT error event-driven program example execute FIELD DESCRIPTION POSITIONS file description File name FINAL-STATISTICS FINISH-UP Flowchart and pseudocode flowchart or pseudocode GET-INPUT hierarchy chart HOUSEKEEPING module ID number input file input record insertion sort INV-COST INV-ITEM-NAME INV-PRICE INV-RECORD inventory file inventory report item number LABEL-COUNTER labels languages allow loop machine language MAIN-LOOP mainline logic master file master record menu Modularization object-oriented programming output perform plan the logic POSITIONS DATA TYPE premiumAmount print chart problem procedural program procedure processing programming language question RETURN Figure routine SCORE(2 selection sentinel value sequence shown in Figure statement steps stored structure subroutine syntax transaction file USER-ANSWER variable names X X X