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Lab 3.1psuedocode
3.1
Variable name Problem (yes) (no) If yes, what’s wrong?
Declare Real creditsTaken No
Declare Int creditsTaken Yes No abbreviations, need to spell out whole word
Declare Real studentName Yes “real should be string”
Constant Real credits
Needed = 90 Yes No spaces needed for “realCreditsNeeded”

Step2: creditsTaken should be reversed with creditsNeeded should read:
Set creditsLeft = creditsNeeded – creditsTaken

Step3:
The students name is Nolan Owens

Step4:
The network systems administration degree is awarded 90 credits and Nolan Owens has 70 left to take before graduation.

Step5:
//Provide documentation on line 2 of what this program does
//This program calculates how man credits the student has left before graduation
//Declare variables on lines 4,5,6, and 7
Declare Real creditsTaken = 0
Declare real creditsLeft = 0
Declare String studentsName = “”
Constant Real creditsNeeded = 90
//Ask for input of studentName and creditsTaken on line 9 -12
Display “What is your name?”
Input studentsName
Display “how many credits have you taken?”
Input creditsTaken
//Calculate remaining credits on line 14
Set creditsLeft = creditsNeeded – creditsTaken
//Display student name and credits on line 16 and 17
Display “for the student “ ,studentsName , :,:
Display “youhave “ , creditsLeft , “ before you graduate!”
3.2

3.3
Module Module1

Sub Main() 'Local variables used in this program Const fiberCost As Double = 0.87 Dim companyName As String = "NO VALUE" Dim numFeet As Double = 0 Dim totalCost As Double = 0

Console.Write(" Enter your company name ") companyName = Console.ReadLine()

Console.Write(" How many feet will be installed? ") numFeet = Console.ReadLine() totalCost = numFeet * fiberCost…...

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