Week IX Assignment Final Project Currency Conversion Daniel Bryant

Week IX Assignment Final Project Currency Conversion Daniel Bryant

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Unformatted text preview: No 1 Currency Conversion Final Project Currency Conversion Final Project Daniel C. Bryant IT/210 Bary W. Pollack June/19/2011 2 Currency Conversion Final Project Currency Conversion Final Project Requirements Problem : Currency Conversion Description: The Currency Conversion application is a menu-driven program that allows users to select one of five international currency types, input the amount of a foreign currency, and then converts the foreign currency to dollars. The program displays the equivalent dollar amount and returns the user to the menu until he or she enters another conversion or quits the program. International currency type (menu selection) Canadian dollars (rate: 1 U.S. dollar = 1.4680 Canadian dollars) Mexican pesos (rate: 1 U.S. dollar = 9.5085 pesos) English pounds (rate: 1.6433 U.S. dollars = 1 pound) Japanese yen (rate: 1 U.S. dollar = 104.9200 yen) French francs (rate: 1 U.S. dollar = 6.2561 francs) 3 Currency Conversion Final Project Menu Convert United States currency to specified foreign currency Convert specified foreign currency to United States currency Application-Level Requirements List 1. The program will present a series of user screens that prompts the user for specified input. 2. The main user screen will have an application title. 3. The main user screen should have a short description saying how to use the program. 4. The calculation should be executed only after all the valid input values are provided. 5. The program will allow the user to clear all the input fields and do the calculations over. Input-Process-Output Chart Input Process Output Currency Amount Currency Type Get user input Currency Amount Currency Type 4 Currency Conversion Final Project Rate Rate Currency Type Enter Foreign Currency Currency Type Currency Amount Enter Dollar Amount Dollar Amount Foreign Value Convert Currency U.S. Value Currency Amount Currency Type Rate Display Results Conversion/Equivalent Dollar Amount Design Hierarchy Chart Flowcharts Control Flow Diagram-Main Control 5 Currency Conversion Final Project Control Flow DiagramDisplay Menu 6 Currency Conversion Final Project 7 Currency Conversion Final Project Control Flow DiagramGet Int Value 8 Currency Conversion Final Project Control Flow DiagramConvert Currency 9 Currency Conversion Final Project 10 Currency Conversion Final Project Control Flow DiagramDisplay Results 11...
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This note was uploaded on 08/25/2011 for the course IT/210 IT/210 taught by Professor Donking during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week IX Assignment Final Project Currency Conversion Daniel Bryant

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