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Program problem




generator;Objective: Complete parts a and b of Programming Problems 1;Provide separate analysis and pseudocode for each part of the problem. No diagrams are required.;For each of the following Programming Problems, use the top-down modular approach and pseudocode to design a suitable program to solve it.;a. Input names of students from the user, terminated by;create a data file \f4\fs18 grades \f3\fs22 with records of the following form;student (String), test1 (Integer), test2 (Integer), test3 (Integer);b. Display the contents of the file \f4\fs18 grades \f3\fs22 created in Part a. Each student\rquote s\par;record should appear on a separate line and include the total score (the\par;sum of the three tests) for that student. For example, a line of output\par;might be as follows;R. Abrams


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