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Introduction to Computers and Programming Prof. I. K. Lundqvist Recitation 1 Some suggestions … Problem solving example) If-then-else statements Yesterdays PRS question (robot) / Truth table Binary, Hex, ASCII String manipulation Sept 11 2003 – Feldman Case Study Format (the bank Little/Big Endian
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Case Study Format (p19) 1) Problem Specification amount of money (positive integer only) in a bank account. than zero) to be withdrawn. in the account, by more than $50, the program is to display a message that the transaction is refused, and the equal to the amount in the account, the transaction is in the account, by up to $50, the program is to accept the transaction and display the new balance, with a warning that the account is overdrawn. 1. Problem specification 2. Analysis 3. Design 4. Test plan 5. Implementation 6. Testing A program is required which will ask the user for the It will then ask for the amount of money (integers greater If the amount to be withdrawn is greater than the amount unchanged balance is displayed. If the amount of money to be withdrawn is less than or accepted and the new balance in the account is displayed. If the amount to be withdrawn is greater than the amount
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2) Analysis 100 Enter the withdrawal 50 Accepted . Balance is 50 76 Enter the withdrawal 150 Refused ! Balance is 76 50 Enter the withdrawal 75 Overdraft ! Balance is -25 Determine what you are asked to do: 1. Interact with user via text interface Enter balance of the account Enter balance of the account Enter balance of the account 2) Analysis • Determine what you are asked to do: 2. Act differently depending on balance in
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