IT 210 Week 7 Ck 5 The Last National Bank-pseudocode

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The Last National Bank has two branches, each of which uses a sequential file containing a summary of customers’ checking accounts in the form account number (integer), customer name (string), balance (real) The files, which are called ACCOUNT1 and ACCOUNT2, are ordered by account number in increasing order. (Assume that no two account numbers are the same.) Due to financial reverses, one of the branches must be closed, and the two files need to be merged into a single one called ACCOUNT3. Write a program to perform this operation. SOLUTION: Declare account number as integer Declare customer name as string Declare balance as real Open File ACCOUNT1 Open File ACCOUNT2 Create and Open File ACCOUNT3
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Unformatted text preview: Read account number, customer name and balance from ACCOUNT1 Read account number, customer name and balance from ACCOUNT2 WHILE ACCOUNT1 and ACCOUNT2 are not finished IF account number from ACCOUNT1 < account number from ACCOUNT2 AND ACCOUNT1 is not finished Write account number, customer name and balance from ACCOUNT1 to ACCOUNT3 Read account number, customer name and balance from ACCOUNT1 ELSE Write account number, customer name and balance from ACCOUNT2 to ACCOUNT3 IF ACCOUNT2 is not finished Read account number, customer name and balance from ACCOUNT2 END IF END IF END WHILE Write the last read account number, customer name and balance to ACCOUNT3...
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