Tag: Flowchart

Bidding Process – Flowchart


For this challenge we will consider the bidding process used within online auction websites such as eBay. Our aim is to create a system that will accepts bids from the end-user, check if the bid being placed is greater than

Entry Fees Calculator using a Flowchart


For this challenge you will create a flowchart to explain the process that a computer will have to follow to calculate the entry fees to an aqua park for a small group of visitors or a family. Below is the

Flowchart Creator


A flowchart is a visual diagram used to describe an algorithm. It enables you to describe the key steps of your algorithms and highlights when the user will be required to input data, when the computer will output/display information to

Flowchart to Python Code – Star Rating Validation


The aim of this Python challenge is to validate a user input using a range check. In this program, the user will be asked to enter a star rating by entering a number value between 0 and 5. This could

Flowchart to Python Code – Poker Dice Game


The aim of this challenge is to create a simplified game of Poker Dice using only three dice. The computer will generate three random numbers between 1 and 6. The program will then check to see if the three dice

Flowchart to Python Code – Discount Price Calculator


Shopping during the sales can sometimes be very confusing. With discounted prices at 10%, 20%, 50% or even 70%! For this challenge you are going to write a Python script that prompts the user to enter a price in pounds

Flowchart to Python Code – Temperature Converter


Degree Fahrenheit (°F) and Degree Celsius (°C) are the main two units to measure temperature. The Fahrenheit scale is used mainly in the USA whereas other countries tend to use the Celsius scale. It is possible to convert a temperature

From Flowcharts to Python Code


An algorithm is like a recipe in a cook book. It is a step by step set of instructions that the computer will have to follow to solve a problem or complete a task. Algorithms consist of step by step

Time Conversion Algorithm


Did You Know? The 12-hour clock is a time convention in which the 24 hours of the day are divided into two periods: a.m. (from the Latin ante meridiem, meaning “before midday”) and p.m. (post meridiem, “after midday”). Each period

How old will you be in…


In this challenge we will write a Python program to help us find out hold we will be in the coming years! We have designed the algorithm of our program using both a Flowchart and Pseudocode. Algorithm Reviewing the Algorithm