Use the programming proposal you developed in Week Two and select one section that requires a selection structure.
Write a 2- to 3-page paper describing the purpose of that structure and write the pseudocode for that structure. If the program you described in Week Two does not lend itself well to the inclusion of a selection structure, create a new example of a selection structure.
Create a Visual Logic flowchart that parallels this pseudocode.
Test the flowchart to make sure that it executes properly and produces correct results.
Submit the paper and the Visual Logic file.
Select a problem in your workplace that requires a programming solution. Instead of a workplace, you may use another organization to which you belong, such as a house of worship, local library, or children’s school. You may also use one of the Virtual Organizations as your model.
Write a 2- to 3-page proposal in which you do the following:
Write a 2- to 3-page paper describing the hardware and software used to support personal, workgroup, and enterprise computing within your current organization, an organization with which you are familiar, or an organization that you can interview to gather the necessary information.