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Axia College Material Appendix K Currency Conversion Peer Review Design Inspection Report Programmers Name: Date of Inspection 04/19/2011 Inspectors Name: Travis Prine Use the following criteria to evaluate the Currency Conversion Test Procedure. If the answer to the item question is yes, put an X next to that item under the Yes column. If the answer is no, please add details next to that item under the respective Comments column. Yes Item Comments 1. X Is the problem description clear, concise, and accurate? I can see that the problem is converting foreign currency 2. Are the inputs to the program identified? I don’t understand exactly how the information was input into the program. They are identified just not in a way that makes sense. For example what is currencyType =6 and why does it terminate the program 3. X Are the outputs to the program identified? There are identifiable outputs, but
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Unformatted text preview: they are vauge, - valid choices for the user to make- it doesnt show what the options would or even could be. 4. X Does the test input result in the expected output? Yes it does, but again it seems vague to me. List of Defects: Identify defects by checklist number and observed error, but do not include any corrective action. 1 I only understand that the program is converting currency because I previously worked the same program. 2 There are inputs that dont compute how the process gives the output, for example (currencyType = 6 = program ends Comments Terminate program) I really dont see how that is working. 3 Programming seems very vauge, it is a good first outline. 4 I see the outputs and know what they are supposed to be, again only because I have worked the assignment. IT 210...
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