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I have my first assignment for structured and object oriented problem solving.

This is the problem and I wrote a program that had to include modules. I wanted to find out if what i did had any errors or if it is even written correctly at all. If its not what can I do to fix it? Thank you!

Plan the logic for a program that calculates the goen size a student needs for a graduation ceramony. The program uses 3 modules. The first prompts a user for and accepts the students height in inches. The seconed module accepts students weight and converts the students height to centimeters and weight to grams. Then it calulates the gown size by addin 1/3 of the weight in grams to the value of the height in centimeters. The programs output is gown size and. There are 2.54cm in an inch and 453.59 grams in a pound. The last module displays the message "End of job"

Im not sure what declarations are needed.

start
Declarations

studentHeight ()
gownSize ()
endOfJob ()
stop

studentHeight ()

ouput "Please enter students name"
input name
output " Please enter students height"
imput height
return

gownSize()

output "please enter students weight"
imput student weight
heightCenti = studentHeight * 2.54 / studentHeight
weightGrams = studentWeight * 453.59 / studentWeight
dividedWeight = weightGrams / 3
gownSize = dividedWeight + heightCenti
output gownsize
return

endOfJob ()
output END_LINE
return

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Basically clueless, aren't we?

Is there a computer programming language involved, or do you only need to model/describe the system in object-oriented terms (such as using UML)?

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I would not consider this your style of declaration without declared parameters to be so high level, brings my mind mostly memory of MIXAL programming form university time (symbolic assembler). In proper programming language you would not get access for example the name inputed.

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