Personal Learning Management Array Structure
Giovonnte J. Tate
March 31, 2014
Parallel array structures can be used for many instances where the programer wants to input information that is different to them, such as keeping track of their important items of learning. The whole process of creating a program is of a structured nature. Code does not have to be difficult and can be written in simple English. What programmers need to do is input the data into the program and if it is functioning properly, a result based on that data and output will appear. All results come from a calculated list of items that have a represented value declared by the programmer.
Arrays have been used in lots of problems to arrive at solutions for tasks and routines that people are involved in day to day. The For Loop and data sharing elements make the structure a desirable solution to any situation where programmers need to write codes ...view middle of the document...
The final value rating is 15 as the value is added each week. This solves the economic value added for an item of personal learning management, which are assignments that have a value rating of three.
Parallel arrays are used in many instances. The pseudo code are written in plain english and can be modified to accommodate the needs of the end user. This idea is to develop a program using a parallel array so that a problem is solved for the users who need a technological solution, even in a school setting such as a online classroom or just a regular classroom. It is most certainly true that computer programming has come a long way since its creation and new programming languages are being born every year it would seem. The more advanced machines become, the more the necessity it is that coding be developed to be able to speak to them. We are becoming more dependent on and driven by technology in the world today.
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