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Checkpoint: Simple Array Process
Melissa Bean
IT/210
June 15, 2012
Dr. Bruce Huang
Checkpoint: Simple Array Process

Input a list of employee names and salaries, and determine the mean (average) salary as well as the number of salaries above and below the mean. Input a list of employee names and salaries, and determine the mean (average) salary as well as the number of salaries above and below the mean.

Analysis

Process:

1. Prompt user to enter positive numbers between 1-100 into array
2. Prompt user to enter 0 when done
3. Prompt program to not store 0
4. List numbers using bubble sort
5. List first number as smallest
6. List last number as largest
7. List results

Input:

Prompt for Numbers(integer: numbers 1-100)

Output:

Smallest Number(integer: number 1-100)
Largest Number (integer: number 1-100)

Design

Main Module

Declare Employee Names [100] as string
Declare Salaries [100] as string
Declare Average as real
Declare K as integer
Declare Sum as integer
Write, “The Average Salary Computation Program.”
Write, “This program enables the user to compute the average salary,”
“of an employee and the number of salaries above and below that average.”
Call Input Data Module
Call Average Salary Module
Call Salaries Above and Below Average Module
Call Print Results Module
End Program

End Main Module

Input Data Module

Write, “Type the name of an employee followed by the salary of this employee.”
Input Employee Name and Salary
Write, “Enter, 0 when done with program.”
Set Sum = 0
Set K = 1
While Names [K]
Input Names [K]
Input Salaries [K]
Set Sum = Sum + Salaries [K]
Set K = K + 1
End While
Call Average Salary Module

End Input Data Module

Average Salary Module

Set Average = Sum / K
Write “You have “, K, “Employees.” “Their total salary is,” Sum Write “The average...
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