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Unformatted text preview: chart in Figure 11.8 is a solution to this problem. There are two decision
symbols in this flowchart. The first decision symbol checks for a trailer record by
comparing Rollno against the value 9999999 to determine if processing is complete. The
second decision symbol is used to check whether the student has passed or failed by
comparing the percentage marks obtained by him/her against 30. If the student's
Percentage is equal to or more than 30 then he/she has passed otherwise failed. Note from
the flowchart that the operation "Write output data" is performed only if the student has
passed. If the student has failed, we directly perform the operation "Read input data"
without performing the "Write" operation. This ensures that the output list provided by
the computer will contain the details of only those students who have passed in the
Read input data
Is Rollno = 9999999?
Add marks of all subjects giving Total
Percentage = Total/10
Is Percentage = > 30?
Write output data
Add1 to count
Read input data
Another point to be noted in this flowchart is the use of the variable Count. This variable
has been initialized to zero in the beginning and is incremented by 1 every time the
operation "Write output data" is performed. But we have seen that the operation "Write
output data" is performed only for the students who have passed. Hence, the variable
Count will be incremented by 1 only in case of students who have passed. Thus, the value
of Count will always be equal to the number of students whose data has already been
processed and who have been identified as passed. Finally, when the trailer record is
detected, the operation "Write Count" will print out the final value of Count that will be
equal to the total number of students who have passed the examination.
Suppose the input data of each student for the examination of Example 11.3 also contains
information regarding the sex of the candidate in the field named...
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