Lab 2.1 Pseudocode

Lab 2.1 Pseudocode - Thaddeus Reese PT 1420 Mr Meadows Lab...

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Thaddeus Reese PT 1420 Mr. Meadows July 24, 2015 Lab 2.1 - Pseudocode Step 2: Think of good variable names for the following pieces of data that will need to be stored with in this program. Purpose of Variable Variable Name Stores the cost of fiber fiberCost Stores the company name companyName Stores the number of feet to be installed numberOfFeet Stores the calculated cost of installed fiber calculatedCost Step 3: Complete the following pseudocode based on the algorithm and the variables you
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Unformatted text preview: declared above. Display “Welcome to the Fiber Optic Calculator Program” Set fiberCost = .87 Display “What is the company name?” Input companyName Display “How many feet of fiber will be installed?” Input numberOfFeet Set calculatedCost = numberOfFeet * fiberCost Display “For the company”, companyName ,”the total cost will be $”, calculatedCost...
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