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DAT 210 Week 1 Create an algorithm using pseudocode


You work in the IT group of a department store and the latest analytics shows there is a bug that allows customers to go over their credit limit. The company's president has asked you to develop a new algorithm to solve this problem.


Create your algorithm using pseudocode that determines if a department store customer has exceeded their credit limit. Be sure you gather the following inputs from the user:


Account number
Balance of the account
Total cost of all the products the customer is looking to purchase
Allowed credit limit


After you gather the inputs, make sure your algorithm calculates if the user can purchase the products and provides a message to the user indicating if the purchase is approved or declined.


Document your answers in a Microsoft® Word document.


Review "Understanding Object-Oriented Programming" with Jungwoo Ryoo from Lynda.com® for additional guidance.


Submit your document.

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DAT 210 Week 1 Create an algorithm using pseudocode

You work in the IT group of a department store and the latest analytics shows there is a bug that allows customers to go over their credit limit. The company's president has asked you to develop a new algorithm to solve this problem.

Create your algorithm using pseudocode that determines if a department store customer has exceeded their credit limit. Be sure you gather the following inputs from the user:

Account number
Balance of the account
Total cost of all the products the customer is looking to purchase
Allowed credit limit

After you gather the inputs, make sure your algorithm calculates if the user can purchase the products and provides a message to the user indicating if the purchase is approved or declined.

Document your answers in a Microsoft® Word document.

Review "Understanding Object-Oriented Programming" with Jungwoo Ryoo from Lynda.com® for additional guidance.

Submit your document.

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