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    (Original post by Argo00)
    Well... how was it XD
    Well I've just finished a Software Engineering degree so just for kicks I sometimes like to look at computing past papers from WJEC or OCR or whatever and skip to the last 2 questions and be like...
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    Well I've just finished a Software Engineering degree so just for kicks I sometimes like to look at computing past papers from WJEC or OCR or whatever and skip to the last 2 questions and be like...
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    Loooooooooooooooooool I feel you man XD
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    I put string and real as real is the generic term in computing used when a number is stored as a decimal, i do not think decimal would get you the marks however as looking at older mark schemes for data validation, they would not even accept float in place of a decimal (which is another term used for Real as for as i could tell)
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    Well I've just finished a Software Engineering degree so just for kicks I sometimes like to look at computing past papers from WJEC or OCR or whatever and skip to the last 2 questions and be like...
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    It was really easy in the exam, but maybe that's because I've been learning python in my free time.
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    Can someone make an unofficial mark scheme for this exam
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    Can someone help me or send me the coding for task 2 and the design part would mean a lot if someone could help me I'm really stuck.


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