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Overview: Deliverables: Please ensure that your programs are error free, by compiling and executing them. Use Visual C++ 2008 to compile and test...

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Overview: For this assignment, you will use pseudocode and flowchart to design your algorithm and C++ programming language to write your code. Deliverables: Please ensure that your programs are error free, by compiling and executing them. Use Visual C++ 2008 to compile and test your program. 1. Two (2) text files ( ONLY TEXT FILES (.txt) ) containing the C++ code for exercises 1 and 2. Name these files ASSIGN3_EX1.txt and ASSIGN3_EX2.txt . 2. Two Raptor files (.rap) containing the flowchart algorithms for both exercises. Name the files ASSIGN3_FCHT1.rap and ASSIGN3_FCHT2.rap. Raptor files for the flowcharts and nothing else. 3. Word document containing the test plans for both exercises. Name this file ASSIGN3_TP . You should submit your assignment through WebTycho. 1. Solve programming exercises 1 and 2 from Module 3. Do exactly as stated in the exercises. Any deviation from what is stated in the instructions will lead to deduction of points. Use the test plans provided in the exercise to test your code. 2. Provide flowchart algorithms for both exercises. Use Raptor (and only Raptor) to draw the flowcharts. Programming Exercises There are two programming exercises in module 3. In creating your programs, carefully copy the given  templates exactly, maintaining all the blank lines and spaces and the general alignment. Then replace the  areas that have been highlighted in yellow with your code. Do not change any of the other code. You may have  to maximize your window to prevent wrapping of the code. 
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You do not have to understand all the lines of code that have already been written, but try to compare each  algorithm with the corresponding program, and appreciate for yourself the fact that the programs are a  straightforward realization of the algorithms.  Exercise 1. Course Grade Task for Exercise 1 Suppose that a float variable called  score  contains the overall points earned for this course. The following set  of cascaded  if-then-else  pseudocode statements determines your final grade. If (score >= 85) then Set grade = ‘A’ Else If (score >= 75) then Set grade = ‘B’ Else If (score >= 65) then Set grade = ‘C’ Else If (score >= 55) then Set grade = ‘D’ Else Set grade = ‘F’ End if // score >= 55 End if // score >= 65 End if // score >= 75 End if // score >= 85 Your assignment is to convert this pseudocode into a C++ program. Use the following template for your  program and remember to maintain all the blank lines, spaces, and general alignment.  Then replace the areas  that have been highlighted in yellow with your code. Do not change any of the other code .
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