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Appendix F Application-Level Requirements
Application-Level Requirements List
1. The program will present a series of user screens that prompts the user for specified input. 2. The main user screen will have an application title. 3. The main user screen should have a short description saying how to use the program. 4. The calculation should be executed only after all the valid input values are provided. 5. The program will allow the user to clear all the input fields and do the calculations over.
Input-Process-Output Chart
Complete the following Input-Process-Output for chart the application using a structured programming approach. Input Process Output
Currency Amount Currency Type Rate Currency Type Currency Amount Foreign Value Currency Amount Currency Type Rate
Get user input Enter Foreign Currency Enter Dollar Amount Convert Currency Display Results
Currency Amount Currency Type Rate Currency Type Dollar Amount U.S. Value Conversion/Equivalent Dollar Amount
Hierarchy Chart
Complete a hierarchy chart for the application above by typing into the textboxes below.
Main Module
Display Menu
Get Value
Convert Currency
Display Results
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