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Axia College Material
Appendix H
Ray Greene
IT210

Currency Conversion Design Assignment—Hierarchy Chart

Complete a hierarchy chart for the application above by typing into the textboxes below.



































Part II

Axia College Material
Appendix I
Ray Greene
IT210

Currency Conversion Development Assignment—Flowcharts

Complete the flowcharts for the assignment above by typing into the textboxes below.


Control Flow Diagram—Main Control

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Control Flow Diagram—Display Menu
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Control Flow Diagram—Get_Int_Value
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Control Flow Diagram—Convert Currency
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Control Flow Diagram—Display_Results
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Part III

Assignment: Currency Conversion Design

Ray Greene II

IT210
• Complete the hierarchy chart in Appendix H and the flowcharts in Appendix I, based on the
Currency Conversion requirements and Input-Process-Output table you generated in…...

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