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and DEBUG01-03.txt. Each file starts with some comments (lines that begin with twoslashes) that describe the program. Examine the pseudocode that follows theintroductory comments, then find and correct all the bugs.Answer:
Programming Logic and Design, 7eSolutions 1-11Please see the DEBUG01-01.txt, DEBUG01-02.txt, and DEBUG01-03.txt solution files.Game Zone12. Create the logic for a Mad Lib program that accepts five words from input, then creates and displays a short story or nursery rhyme that uses them.13. Which is the better tool for learning programming—flowcharts or pseudocode? Cite any educational research you can find.14. What is the image of the computer programmer in popular culture? Is the image different in books than in TV shows and movies? Would you like that image for yourself?
Programming Logic and Design, 7eSolutions 1-12pocket protector, and the inability to form social relationships. In some movies however, the computer-savvy programmer can save the day. High school aged programmers, in particular, are often portrayed as Robin Hood-type rebels. Movie plots tend to concentrate on “good” programmers versus “evil” programmers. The programmer is virtually always seen as smart.