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ITP310 UNIT 3 IP - Programming Concepts Developing a...

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Programming Concepts Developing a Hierarchy Chart Developing a Hierarchy Chart Dionne Jordan 11-29-09 American Intercontinental University
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Programming Concepts Abstract This is a look at how students are determined in their classification, by the hours of coursework. If the coursework is less than 16, then you’re considered a freshman. If the coursework is 17 to 32 hours, then you’re considered a sophomore. If the coursework is 33 to 48, then you’re considered a junior. If the coursework is 48 or more than you’re a senior. We will develop a hierarchy chart, flowchart and pseudo code, modules and sub-modules and variables with types.
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Programming Concepts Developing a Hierarchy Chart This is a look at how students are determining in their classification by the hours of coursework. If the coursework is 16 or less, then you’re considered a freshman. If the coursework is 17 to 32, then you’re considered a sophomore. If the coursework is 33 to 48, then you’re considered a junior. If the coursework is 48 or more, then you’re considered a senior.
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