IT 210 Week 1 Checkpoint: Input-Process-Output (IPO) table

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IT 210 Week 1 Checkpoint:
Input-Process-Output (IPO) table

 Resources:
Appendix B (example of IPO table), Appendix C

Read the following scenario:

You want to build a program that will keep track of your
DVD collection at home.  Please think about what is important in keeping
track of these DVDs, including information about the artist, genre, album name
and so forth.

Use the Input-Process-Output (IPO) table in Appendix C to
complete this Checkpoint.  Please refer to Appendix B as an example of an
IPO table for another problem. 


  • Input
    column: identify a descriptive name for each data input item (variable)
    and its data type: Float (real number), Integer (whole number), or String
    (text).

  • Process
    column: identify at least three processes (capabilities) needed to keep
    track of your collection.

  • Output
    column: identify a descriptive name for each data input item (variable)
    and its data type: Float (real number), Integer (whole number), or String
    (text).



Please use the preferred format for both input and output
variables as shown below.  We will discuss in class why it is important to
identify the name, data type and range for each variable.


For example, if there are two input variables called
Artist and DVDCount, then the format of their entries in the IPO table would
be:

Name: Artist

Data type: String

Range: Alphanumeric

Name: DVDCount

Data type: Integer

Range: 0

Post Appendix C as an attachment in the Assignments link.
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