LAB3 - Introduction to Flowcharts (Ch. 5, pp. 119 122)...

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Introduction to Flowcharts (Ch. 5, pp. 119 – 122) Introduction to VBA (Ch. 3, pp. 87 – 93) Variable and Data Types (& precision) (Ch. 3, p. 100, 104) VBA Functions (Ch. 3, pp. 94 – 99)
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Represent the basic flow of information Methodology / technique used in the program Simplifies coding Reduces errors and saves time Programming & Flowcharts
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Always begins with “START” and ends with “STOP” Always use connecting arrows to show the process flow Use appropriate symbol(s) for the required operation Except for the Program Flow symbol, all others can have just a single input and a single output Flowcharts
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Variables – used to store data; can be numeric, text, boolean, etc. Type of data to be stored in a variable is specified using by its data type . Data types: Numeric: Integer, Single, Double, Long Non-numeric: String (text), Boolean (true-false), Dates, etc. Syntax:
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LAB3 - Introduction to Flowcharts (Ch. 5, pp. 119 122)...

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