Currency Conversion

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Currency Conversion Design
Eliseo M. Ortiz
IT/210
March 31, 2013
Murthy Bhetanabhotla

Currency Conversion Design

Currency Conversion Design Assignment—Hierarchy Chart

Currency Conversion Currency Conversion

Get_Int_Value
Get_Int_Value
Display_Menu
Display_Menu

Display_Results
Display_Results
Convert_Currency
Convert_Currency

Currency Conversion Development Assignment—Flowcharts

Control Flow Diagram—Main Control

Begin
Currency
Amount Quit
?
Thank You

Currency to be converted

Yes
No
Currency Rate

Display
Results

End
Begin
Currency
Amount

Quit
?
Thank You

Currency to be converted

Yes
No
Currency Rate

Display
Results

End

Control Flow Diagram—Display Menu

Begin
Currency Amount

Valid selection ?
Error
4
:
Invalid menu selection
No
Yes
End
Quit
?
Yes
Selection is not valid

Quit
Verified
?

Yes
Currency Type

Currency
Converted

No
Conversion
Verified
?
No
Yes

No
Begin
Currency Amount

Valid selection ?
Error
4
:
Invalid menu selection
No
Yes
End
Quit
?
Yes
Selection is not valid

Quit
Verified
?

Yes
Currency Type

Currency
Converted

No
Conversion
Verified
?
No
Yes

No |
Control Flow Diagram—Get_Int_Value

Selection is not valid

Selection is not valid

Selection is not valid

Selection is not valid

Currency
Type

Currency
Type

Currency Amount

Currency Amount

|

Control Flow Diagram—Convert Currency

French ?
French
?
Japanese
?
Japanese
?
Mexican
?

Mexican ?

mgBegin
Canadian
?
Rate = Canadian Rate

English
?

No
No
No
No
No Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Rate = Mexican Rate

Rate =…...

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