The work must have this: Ordynal Types and Case Statements (1 exercise), Records (2 exercises), Files (1 exercise), Advanced algorithms and data structures. (3 exercises). So there are 7 exercises that you in wich you must give: 1. Exemplary documentation. 2. A detailed algorithm design as pseudocode. 3. A sequence of operations as a highly detailed flow chart. 4. All The output that give the running program. I also Must prepare a comprehensive 100 multiple-choice questions, in a combined Introduction to Pascal, Advanced Pascal and data Structures in Pascal Programming. At least 50 questions are to be structured as pencil-trace problems, with five possible responses (Selection A to E) for each question. The remaining multiple-choice should be in a narrative format, with five possible responses (one correct selection ans four distracters; selections A to E) for each question. All are in Pascal Lenguaje.
Exemplary documentation, A detailed algorithm design as pseudocode, A sequence of operations as a highly detailed flow chart. Also the Copy paste of the output for the 7 first exercises. The other 100 hundred exercises are invented for you, but you must do 33 problems for: Introduction to pascal, Using Variables and Constants, Control Statements, Procedures. 33 for Functions, Mathematics and Recursion, Arrays, Pascal Types and Records and packages. and 33 for Files, Graphics, Advanced algorithms and Data structures. Exercise Example: A buble sort works as follows: A pass is made down the array in wich each element is compared with the one following it, and the two are swapped if they are out of order. Thus 1 is compared with 2 and swapped if needed, then 2 its compared with 3, and so on. Passes like this are made repeatedly until a pass is completed with no swaps necessary. Write a pascal procedure to implement Bubble Sort. I need: 1. Exemplary documentation. 2. A detailed algorithm design as pseudocode. 3. A sequence of operations as a highly detailed flow chart. 4. All The output that give the running program. The flow chart must use: Oval for Beginning or end of a program. Flow Line for The direction of logic flow in a program. Parallelogram for either an input operation or an output operation. Rectangle for a process to be carried out. Diamond for a decision to be made. The program should continue along one of two routes. Thats it. All other 6 are the same typ
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2 Weeks After Accept.