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This is actually visual logic not basic. I need 3 assignments done. Need the flowcharts and varibles as well as the pseudocodes. Here are the assignments.;ASSIGNMENT 1: Create a program that prints a book. The book consists of the following components;? A title and author;? Three chapters;o Each chapter consists of;A title;Text ? you decide the text per chapter. Keep each chapter short (just a few lines;of text per chapter is sufficient ? for example 3 lines of text per chapter). The;text is written in a professional style.;Program Requirements;? The user of the program is allowed to specify how many copies of the book should be printed;(e.g., 0, 1, 6, or 10, etc).;? The prompt for data input is user-friendly (i.e., the user of the program does not see the;program?s variable names).;? Each chapter starts with a new line number (e.g., Line Number: 1 for Chapter 1, Line Number: 2;for Chapter 2 ? etc). The line number is displayed first, then the chapter itself. Hint for keeping;track of the line number: Given that for every copy of the book, each chapter starts with its;corresponding line number (1, 2 ? etc.), the program can define a variable whose value is reset;right before the book is about to be printed, and then the variable value is incremented when;the chapter is about to be printed.;? The program must implement multiple modules. The book itself must be implemented in;modules (one module for the title/author and each chapter is implemented in its own module).;? The copies of the book are displayed on the Visual Logic console.;Expected Submittals;1. The Visual Logic program (50%).;2. Formal pseudocode (following the book syntax, proper indentation, with variable;declarations, etc.). Use Notepad++ to create the pseudocode (*.txt file) (50%)..............ASSIGMENT 2: Design a program that displays the sum of the integer numeric values stored in two arrays, in a tabular;format. The design defines two arrays of the same size (each array has 10 elements). One array stores;odd integer numeric values (the first element of the array (at index 0) stores the value 1, ? etc). Another;array stores even integer numeric values (the first element of the array (at index 0) stores the value 2, ?;etc).;Program Requirements;? The program displays a title (appropriate for the case being solved).;? The program displays on a single line three headings (i.e., labels) ? to identify the corresponding;odd, even, and sum values.;? The program displays the triplets (i.e., the three numeric values ? odd, even, and sum), one;triplet per line of output, for a total of 10 output lines.;? The indices of the arrays are zero-based.;? The arrays are dimensioned to contain 10 elements (not 11 eleven elements ? NOTE: In Visual;Logic if the size of the array is set to 10, the array will have a capacity to store 11 elements).;? The program uses modules.;Expected Submittals;1. The Visual Logic program (50%).;2. The pseudocode, written with Notepad++ (*.txt). Write formal pseudocode as demonstrated in;the book ? with variable declarations, appropriate use of keywords, proper indentation, etc.;(50%)................ASSIGNMENT 3: In a wireless SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) network, the strength of the radio signal is (among;others) a function of the distance between the wireless Access Point (AP) (e.g., a wireless router) and;the computers wirelessly connected to the network. The longer the distance between the AP and a;computer, the weaker the radio signals.;Assume that the wireless SOHO network is based on the IEEE 802.11g protocol, case in which the;approximate maximum range between the AP and the computers is 125 ft.;Create a program that estimates the radio signal strength (%) ? a range ? for computers stationed at;different distances (ft) from the AP. In your design use 5 distance zones, and proportionally assign to;them signal strength ranges (%). For example, for a computer situated 10 ft away from the AP, the;estimated radio signal strength would be 100 ? 80%.;Page 2 of 2;Program Inputs;? The distance from the computer to the AP (in ft, integer values, e.g., 2, 5, 100, etc.).;Program Outputs;? The estimated signal strength (%) ? a range.;Program requirements;? The program must implement at a minimum three modules (or more if needed);? During a single run, the program must be able to process multiple inputs.;? The prompt for data input is user-friendly (i.e., the user of the program does not see the;program?s variable names).;? Given that it is unknown how many data inputs the user will provide to the program, upon start;display a message letting the user know how to terminate the current execution of the program.;? The program must display a title on the Visual Logic?s console.;? Program outputs are displayed on the Visual Logic?s console ? one line after another, with userfriendly;labels.;Expected Submittals;3. The Visual Logic program (50%).;4. Formal pseudocode (following the book syntax, proper indentation, with variable declarations;etc.). Use Notepad++ to create the pseudocode (*.txt file) (50%).;IMPORTANT NOTE 1: If your Visual Logic code uses compound Boolean operators, make sure you read;the TIP on page 26, in the Visual Logic book.;IMPORTANT NOTE 2: Test your program with multiple distance values, to insure that the outputs;(the corresponding signal strength ranges) are correct. In your design you must consider which signal;strength value the program will display, when the distance between a computer and the AP is longer;than 125 feet.

 

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