Programming Fundamentals/Practice: Introduction to Structured Programming
Questions, exercises, problems, etc. that support this chapter in the "Programming Fundamentals - A Modular Structured Approach using C++" collection/textbook.
With 100% accuracy during a: memory building activity, exercises, lab assignment, problems, or timed quiz/exam; the student is expected to:
- Define the terms on the definitions as listed in the modules associated with this chapter.
- Given pseudocode, write the C++ code for a program that uses if then else and while control structures.
Answer the following statements as either true or false:Edit
- There are only two categories of control structures.
- Branching control structures are rarely used in good structured programming.
- If then else is a multiway selection control structure.
- The while control structure is part of the branching category.
- Pseudocode is better than flowcharting.
None at this time.
Creating a Folder or Sub-Folder for Chapter 10 FilesEdit
Depending on your compiler/IDE, you should decide where to download and store source code files for processing. Prudence dictates that you create these folders as needed prior to downloading source code files. A suggested sub-folder for the Bloodshed Dev-C++ 5 compiler/IDE might be named:
- Chapter_10 within the folder named: Cpp_Source_Code_Files
If you have not done so, please create the folder(s) and/or sub-folder(s) as appropriate.
Download the Lab File(s)Edit
Download and store the following file(s) to your storage device in the appropriate folder(s). You may need to right click on the link and select "Save Target As" in order to download the file.
Download from Connexions: Lab_10_Pseudocode.txt
Detailed Lab InstructionsEdit
Read and follow the directions below carefully, and perform the steps in the order listed.
- Create a source code file from the Lab_10_Pseudocode.txt file. Name it: Lab_10.cpp
- Build (compile and run) your program.
- After you have successfully written this program, if you are taking this course for college credit, follow the instructions from your professor/instructor for submitting it for grading.
Problem 10a – InstructionsEdit
List the four categories of control structures and provide a brief description of each category.