CurrencyConversionFinalProject

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Currency Conversion Project Jonathan E. Elliott IT/210 July 11, 2011
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Executive Summary There are many phases a programmer must go through to ensure a program runs efficiently and effectively for the user. The currency conversion program is not any different than any other program. Three charts can be utilized to show how the program will run in a more visual manner giving the programmer something to look at while designing the program. These charts include: the IPO Chart, Flow Chart, and the Hierarchy Chart. After creating these charts, the programmer will move onto the implementation of the program by coding so the computer will know what to do when the user opens the application. The code will be derived from the requirements, charts, and needs of the user to run effectively. In order to be sure all of the requirements have been meant, the program must be tested in all different classes to ensure there are not any bugs left to be worked out prior to the sale of the program to users. Requirements 1. Display the name of the application 2. Provide a brief description of what the program does 3. Provide menu options for the user to select currency type 4. Perform the calculation from International currency to U.S. currency 5. Display the conversion in U.S. currency and give option to quit or do conversion again. IPO Chart
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Input Process Output International Currency = Canadian as integer 1 Canadian Currency Amount (real number from 0 to 25,000,000 Display Menu International Currency as integer (1) Canadian Currency Amount (real number 0 to 25,000,000) International Currency = Mexican as Integer 2 Mexican Currency Amount (real number from 0 to 25,000,000 Get User Input International Currency as integer (2) Mexican Currency Amount (real number 0 to 25,000,000) International Currency = English as integer 3 English Currency Amount = (real number 0 to 25,000,000 International Currency as integer (3) English Currency Amount (real number 0 to 25,000,000 International Currency = Japanese as integer 4 Japanese Currency Amount (real number 0 to 25,000,000 International Currency as integer (4) Japanese Currency Amount (real number 0 to 25,000,000 International Currency = French as
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2011 for the course IT 210 taught by Professor Josephpillera during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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