By M. J. King, J. P. Pardoe (auth.)
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You may restrict your attention to the language(s) with which you are familiar. For each language we provide rules for implementation of the three basic constructs using the schematic examples from the previous chapter with 'OPERATION N' and 'CONDITION CN' denoting the appropriate coding for 'DO N' and 'CN'; then we illustrate the complete process by producing a working program for the 'sales report' problem. Though the reader may adopt different conventions regarding indentation, the use of lower and upper case and the amount of schematic logic retained in the program as comments, it is suggested that the control logic of the rules given in the following sections should be adhered to.
PROCESS-YEAR-SEQ. MOVE ZERO TO TOTAL-FOR-YEAR. MOVE IN-YEAR TO STORED-YEAR. YEAR-BODY-ITER. IF SALES-REC - HIGH-VALUES OR IN-AREA NOT • STORED-AREA OR IN-YEAR NOT • STORED-YEAR GO TO YEAR-BODY-END. RECORD-TO-LINE-SEQ. RECORD-TO-LINE-BODY-SEL. IF IN-AMOUNT < 100 NEXT SENTENCE ELSE GO TO RECORD-TO-LINE-SODY-ELSE-1. SALES-UNDER-100. MOVE IN-PRODUCT TO OUT-PRODUCT MOVE IN-AMOUNT TO OUT-AMOUNT MOVE "I" TO OUT-RATING WRITE PRINT-LINE FROM DETAIL-LINE AFTER 1. SALES-UNDER-100-END. GO TO RECORD-TO-LINE-BODY-END.
List any operations necessary to support the condition list. In our 'sales report' program, the program initialisation and finalisation operations are: 1. Open files. 2. Close flles. 3. Stop. There is only one input operation: 4. Read a sales flle record. The principal operations to produce the required output are: 5. Print area headings. 6. Print area total. 30 7. 8. 9. 10. Program Design Using JSP Print year total. Print a sales under 100 line. Print a sales 100 to 300 line. Print a sales over 300 line.
Program Design Using JSP — a Practical Introduction by M. J. King, J. P. Pardoe (auth.)