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Course Number: COP 2220, Fall 2008

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Flowchart for grades.c start main() get_grades() display_ results() end main() NOTE: See pages 787 797 of text. get_grades() clear screen prompt for midterm grade input midterm exam grade compute_avg() display_results() compute the average display exam grades compute_ avg() display average letter_ grade() return prompt for final grade input final exam grade display letter grade return return...

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