Print customer menu 1 print order menu 2 print branch

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print “customer menu - 1” print “Order menu - 2” print “branch menu - 3” print “items menu - 4” print “central office menu - 5” get menu choice if menuChoice = 1 then customer(menuChoice)
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Programming Concepts | 6 else if menuChoice =2 then order(menuChoice) else if menuChoice = 3 then branch(menuChoice) else if menuChoice = 4 then item(menuChoice) else if menuChoice = 5 then central office(menuChoice) endif endif stop The third phase is the UML Diagrams; this will illustrate the simplicity in implementing this solution. We will show you a Class, Use Case, Sequence, Communication, Component, Activity, and State diagram.
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Programming Concepts | 7 Class diagram
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Programming Concepts | 17 This completes our plan to solving your technical needs. Thank you again for this opportunity to serve your company and creating a strategy that will instantly give results. Please feel free to contact us with any question or concerns you may have.
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Programming Concepts | 18 References Farrell, J. (2008) Programming Logic and Design. 5 th Edition Jordan, D. (2009) Jordan Consultant.
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