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anonymous
 one year ago
I need help writing a pseudocode on this question. Registration workers at a conference for authors of children's books have collected data about conference participants, including the number of books each author has written and the target age of readers. The participants have written 1 to 40 books each, and target readers' ages range from 0 through 16. Design a program that continuously accepts an author's name, number of books written, and target reader age until a sentinel value is entered. Then display a list of how many participants have written each number of books.
anonymous
 one year ago
I need help writing a pseudocode on this question. Registration workers at a conference for authors of children's books have collected data about conference participants, including the number of books each author has written and the target age of readers. The participants have written 1 to 40 books each, and target readers' ages range from 0 through 16. Design a program that continuously accepts an author's name, number of books written, and target reader age until a sentinel value is entered. Then display a list of how many participants have written each number of books.

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rsmith6559
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Copy and paste your directions into your pseudocode file, split the directions into sentences, and see if the logic becomes apparent. If not, break the task down more. It's called problem decomposition, breaking it down until the tasks become manageable. One place to start is to make the directions into comments.
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