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IT104 Introduction to Programming HW and Lab 6 Unit 6: More Decisions Objectives 4. Create various modules in computer programs. 4.1: Explain the importance of separating code into modules for efficiency. 4.2: Use flowcharting as a tool to create program modules. 4.3 Describe the impact of program modules on variables—variable scope Readings Starting Out with Programming Logic & Design • Chapter 4, pp115 - 154 Homework Assignment 6.1: Answer the following questions from Chapter 3 of your textbook, : Short Answer : 1-7 on page 158 Submit your written answers in a Microsoft Word document using 12-pt.  Times New Roman font to your instructor at the beginning of the next class  session.  Labs  From your Starting Out with Programming Logic & Design book the lab assignment this week will be Programming Exercise
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Unformatted text preview: #6 – page 160. • Task 1: Pseudocode 1. Write the pseudocode for Programming Exercise #6 on Page 160 in the Starting Out with Programming Logic & Design book. 2. Submit your work to your instructor for grading. • Task 2: Flowchart 1. Build the Flowchart using the Raptor Application for Programming Exercise #6 on Page 160 in the Starting Out with Programming Logic & Design book. 2. Submit the flowcharts and output using 4 values to test each area of your code to your instructor for grading. • Task 3: Python Code Build the Python Code using the Python Application for Programming Exercise #6 on Page 160 in the Starting Out with Programming Logic & Design book. 1 IT104 Introduction to Programming HW and Lab 6 2. Submit the flowcharts and output using 4 values to test each area of your code to your instructor for grading. 2...
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