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Create your own Subprogram that uses at least one input parameter

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Create your own Subprogram that uses at least one input parameter and a return parameter.

You decide the theme.

You should provide the pseudocode and an example Subroutine call.

Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprogram is doing.

ATLPROG :

HI

ATLPROG :

Thanks for requesting me

ATLPROG :

Is this a new pseudocode ?

Customer:

yea lol

ATLPROG :

what happened to flowchart?

ATLPROG :

Are you creating another question for it ?

Customer:

thats not a priority right now lol this one is

ATLPROG :

lol

ATLPROG :

ok...let me get on this then

Customer:

this is another pseudocode... pick what you like but make it really simple and explain the process just like the pseudocode i send you earlier...

ATLPROG :

sure bro...

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how soon do you need this one ?

Customer:

right now lol

ATLPROG :

haha

ATLPROG :

ok

Customer:

thanks man... i appreciate it

ATLPROG :

np

Customer:

here is an example but with indentations

Customer:

Main


Declare Danger as string


Declare account_amount as float


Declare Danger_Dollars as float


Set account_amount = 0


Write “Do you wish to add Danger dollars to your account?”


Write “Please enter “Y” to proceed. Please enter “N” to leave.”


Input Danger


If Danger = “Y” Then


Write “Please input the amount of money you would like to spend in $.”


Input account_amount


Call Subprogram Your_Danger_Dollars(account_amount)


Else


Exit Program


Write “ Thank you for spending $” + account_amount + “. Enjoy DangerQuest!”


End Program


Subprogram Your_Danger_Dollars(account_amount)


Set account_amount = Sqrt(account_amount)


Set Danger_Dollars = Danger_Dollars + account_amount


Write “ The amount of Danger Dollars you have to get Dangerous is now ” + Danger_Dollars


End Subprogram



Example:


Input Danger = Y


Input account_amount = 25


Then the subprogram is called and the account amount is the input parameter


So in the subprogram the new value of account amount = Sqrt=(25)


So account_amount = 5


Then Danger dollars is set = to 5


The computer outputs “The amount of Danger Dollars you have to get Dangerous is now 5”


Exit the subprogram


The computer outputs account_amount whichoutside the subprogram is still 25 so the computer outputs


“Thank you for spending $25. Enjoy DangerQuest!”

ATLPROG :

yep

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Can you send me your example document ?

ATLPROG :

through wikisend.com or mediafire.com ?

Customer:

yea sure

Customer:

http://www.mediafire.com/?zsguu6z53b6pk5z

Customer:

the example doesnt have indentations... dont forget the indentations

ATLPROG :

k

ATLPROG :

I was looking for a example of return parameter

ATLPROG :

None of your examples have it

ATLPROG :

so I will do it the way I know :)

ATLPROG :

ok ?

Customer:

okay thanks

ATLPROG :

np

ATLPROG :

another 2 minutes

Customer:

ok

ATLPROG :

Please download the answer from this Answer_Link

Customer:

this is EXACTLY how to write it

Customer:

your the best

ATLPROG :

:)

ATLPROG :

Did you have any other questions for me at this time ?

Customer:

do you think its possible for you to write the same way on the last pseudocode?

Customer:

for this one


START
DECLARE COUNTER1, COUNTER2, NUM as INTEGERS


SET NUM = 1
FOR COUNTER1 = 1 to 10


FOR COUNTER2 = 1 to 10


DISPLAY COUNTER2*NUM
NEXT COUNTER2
SET NUM = NUM +1


DISPLAY “new line”


NEXT COUNTER1
STOP

ATLPROG :

Let me see what I need to change there...Now that you insist I will spend some more time on it

ATLPROG :

Apart from this , any other questions at this time ?

Customer:

no man

Customer:

you are literally the BEST

ATLPROG :

:)

ATLPROG :

See if you like this version better my friend Answer_Link

Customer:

your best bro

Customer:

seriously

Customer:

this is great

ATLPROG :

sweet !

ATLPROG :

Please start your question text with "For ATLProg Only" to request me again, next time you need help! That way I will receive a email to help

Customer:

im going to save your account for future purposes. i have my final exam and some hw to do and need help! i would be glad to ask you for help! .... thank you so much

Customer:

appreciate it brother

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
hey what happened to the other question that i created with the zip file? i did it earlier today...?
No idea...did you create it with a different user id ?

Is this the question link - http://www.justanswer.com/computer-programming/5ndbt-back-bob-aksed-help-days-ago-lol.html

?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
yea i attached a zip file remember? the pseudocode? i had a project and a hw... and no i didnt ... it was the same ID
I remember it...but I dont know what happened to that question...or where it went..

See if you can contact customer service.

Or you can create one more new question for me..
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
yea the money is on hold... but how to i contact customer service?
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