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Design - Create your own Subprogram that does *not* use any input parameters. You decide the theme. You should provide the pseudocode and an example Subroutine call. Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprogram is doing. Create your own Subprogr

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Design - Create your own Subprogram that does *not* use any input parameters. You decide the theme. You should provide the pseudocode and an example Subroutine call. Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprogram is doing. Create your own Subprogr

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Create your own Subprogram that does *not* use any input parameters. You decide the theme. You should provide the pseudocode and an example Subroutine call. Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprogram is doing.


Create your own Subprogram that uses at least one input parameter and a return parameter. You decide the theme. You should provide the pseudocode and an example Subroutine call. Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprogram is doing.


In your own words, explain the difference between passing parameters by value and passing parameters by reference. Differentiate, through a pseudocode example, passing by value and passing by reference. Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprograms are doing and what makes them different. 

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Create your own Subprogram that does *not* use any input parameters. You decide the theme. You should provide the pseudocode and an example Subroutine call. Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprogram is doing.


Create your own Subprogram that uses at least one input parameter and a return parameter. You decide the theme. You should provide the pseudocode and an example Subroutine call. Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprogram is doing.


In your own words, explain the difference between passing parameters by value and passing parameters by reference. Differentiate, through a pseudocode example, passing by value and passing by reference. Be sure to provide an overview of what your subprograms are doing and what makes them different. 

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