Hey folks,
I've just started a CS class, and i need help with this material.
I accept any feedback and advice to complete this assessment.

Tasks

What I did so far:

Task 1 – Problem Decomposition

a)

b)
PROGRAM <ATM_WITHDRAWAL>
1.  DISPLAY 'Enter amount to withdraw’;
2.  INPUT amount;
3.  READ balance;
4.  dispense cash amount;
5.  balance = balance – amount;
6.  DISPLAY 'Your balance is’, balance;
END
Task 2

PROGRAM <ATM_WITHDRAWAL>
1.  IF card inserted
2.          DISPLAY 'Enter amount to withdraw’;        
3.          INPUT amount;
4.          READ balance;
5.          dispense cash amount;
6.          balance = balance – amount;
7.          DISPLAY 'Your balance is’, balance;
8.  ENDIF
END

Task 3
a)
DECLARE integer correctPIN ;
DECLARE integer pin;
b)

PROGRAM <ATM_WITHDRAWAL>
1.  DECLARE boolean valid ;
2.  DECLARE integer correctPIN ;
3.  DECLARE integer pin;
4.  SET valid = false ;
5.  IF card inserted
6.  DO
DISPLAY ‘Enter your PIN’;
INPUT pin;
READ correctPIN;
IF pin = correctPIN
valid = true;
ENDIF
7.  WHILE valid = false;
8.  ENDIF
9.  DISPLAY 'Enter amount to withdraw’;
10. INPUT amount;
11. READ balance;
12. dispense cash amount;
13. balance = balance – amount;
14. DISPLAY 'Your balance is’, balance;

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Please narrow down the issues you are having. As is, this is Zen like. Where to start?

  1. At the beginning as in asking for others to repeat course content.
  2. Write a tutorial how to complete this project. I doubt folk will do that.
  3. You narrow it down to …
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Please narrow down the issues you are having. As is, this is Zen like. Where to start?

  1. At the beginning as in asking for others to repeat course content.
  2. Write a tutorial how to complete this project. I doubt folk will do that.
  3. You narrow it down to a couple of questions that can be answered. (This works.)

I couldn't help but notice that you don't ever check to see if the account has enough $$$ in it to satisfy the request.

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