Personal Learning Management Part Three
University of Phoenix
Problem Statement and Solution 4
Parallel array structures can be used for many instances where an individual wants to input information that is unique to them, such as keeping track of their value items of learning. The entire process of putting pen to paper and creating a program is methodical in nature. The code does not have to be complicated and can be written in plain spoken English. Testing a program to see if it works is a simple task. All the programmer has to do is to input the data into the ...view middle of the document...
To test this conclusion, a pseudo code has been written and executed and is operating with satisfactory results.
The pseudo code for this particular program is written as follows:
Economic Value Added
1) Declare “WeeklyAssignmentValue” as String1
2) Declare “NumberofWeeks” as String2
3) Display “Please enter a value for weekly assignments”
4) Input value = 3
5) Display “Please enter number of weeks”
6) Input value = 5 (or any number between 1 and 5)
7) For count = AddedValue 1 to 1
8) Get “total value added” = string1*string2
9) Output = string1*string2
10) Display “Total value added for student is:”
11) End For
The pseudo code follows a logical path in which a student can enter the value rating, described as just “value” in this case, and the number of weeks completed. 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. A modification of the sequence of the value rating system was applied as a personal choice which deviated from the original economic value rating system however the concept remains unaffected by the change. The student can still operate the program just the same as always. It is also a...