Design a Module Named Getnumber

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Unit 4 Assignment 1: Homework Jeannie Stephens
Learning Objectives and Outcomes * Explain the importance of separating code into modules for efficiency * Use flowcharts and pseudocode to represent program modules * Describe the impact of program modules on variables – variable scope * Describe the necessity of having compatible argument in module parameters * Evaluate the various program modules
Assignment Requirements
Do the following problems: * Short answer 1-7 on page 111 * Algorithm workbench Review Questions 1, 5, 6, and 7 starting on page 111 * Programming Exercise 1 and 2 on page 113
Required Resources * Textbook
Submission Requirements
Submit your written answers to your instructor at the beginning of Unit 5 SHORT ANSWER 1) How do modules help you to reuse code in a program? a. A specific operation is performed in several places in a program, the module can be rewritten once to perform that operation, and then be executed any tie needed 2) Name and describe the two parts that a module definition has in most languages. b. The header- indicates the starting point of the module c. The body – is a list of statements that belong to the module 3) When a module is executing, what happens when the end of the module is reached? d. When they reach the end of the module, the program will stop executing 4) What is a local variable? What statement are able to access a local variable? e. It is a variable that is declared inside the module f. Only the statements inside the variable can access the variable, such as: call, display, declare, input. 5) In most languages, where does a local variable’s scope begin and end? g. Begins at the variable’s declaration h. Ends at the end of the module in which the variable is declared 6) What is the…...

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