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  1. among others."

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  3. Cohesion and Coupling

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    In that it allow for the duplication of variable names in different modules.
    Global variables allow Data Coupling through the entire program
    Only those variables that will be used in all modules should be designated as GLOBAL VARIABLES. "

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  13. the Return Value is only sent out of the Called Module into the Calling Module.
    In a coupling diagram
    The arrowhead would be a single-headed arrow

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    Section B

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  15. CostPerItem) * ItemQuantity
    PrintInNaira (Bill)
    Called Modules
    Converter (Rate


  16. and they may refer to the same value.
    The values are sent and received according to the position in the way they are listed:
    i.e. First formal parameter corresponds to first actual parameter"


  17. CostPerItem)*ItemQuantity //Computes bill
    PrintInNaira(Bill)
    Converter (Rate


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  20. more reliable


  21. Module1 may be required to provide data to Module2.
    Cohesion means having separate modules in a program
    Module1 and Module2
    Coupling means data passing from Module1 to Module2."



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    Term: Rules for Designing Modules (2 of 5) "Each module has and performs single function For example printing


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    Term: Rules for Designing Modules (3 of 5) "Each module is short enough to be easily read and modified when the need arises"


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    Term: Assignment Two "Read Chapter Four of the Text Book-Problem Solving Programming Concepts Explain each Concept discussed using an Example You Created Yourself E.g. Explain Modules


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    Term: Structuring a Computer Program "Modules Self-contained component used in combination with other components Complete program happens by Relationship among Modules through Cohesion Coupling Exchange of Data Global and Local variables Parameters Return Values"


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    Term: Return Values "A Return Value is the result of a function. Recall: When Functions are used within another instruction