A453 2015 controlled assessment OCR computing

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    Hi can anyone please help me with the task 1 and task 2 please ASAP
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    Are you doing the trouble shooting program

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    (Original post by tasha_tah)
    Are you doing the trouble shooting program

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    yes i am doing troubleshooting mobile phones
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    (Original post by tasha_tah)
    Are you doing the trouble shooting program

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    can you please help me
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    What language arw you using
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    (Original post by EGIK)
    What language arw you using
    I am using python
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    If someone is doing material 1 (about the sentences and words) I really need help with task 2 and 3. Any advice on what I can do for them???
    Im using python btw
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    Could yo outline the tasks? One of my friends from a differernt school is doing this, so i have a brief understanding.

    You could probably use a dictionary for identifying problems. Use the format
    Name of problem : [problems associated]
    Sorry if i got the task ideas wrong but im not sure what you need
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    (Original post by EGIK)
    Could yo outline the tasks? One of my friends from a differernt school is doing this, so i have a brief understanding.

    You could probably use a dictionary for identifying problems. Use the format
    Name of problem : [problems associated]
    Sorry if i got the task ideas wrong but im not sure what you need
    I need to create a design for mobile phones troubleshooting problems which is basically pseudocode
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    Ok, think of the posible outcome like the branches of a tree.
    Use if statements to seperate possible examples.
    e.g. input(does phone switch on?)
    If input == no:
    Print(charge phone)
    After this, more input loops can be used.
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    (Original post by EGIK)
    Ok, think of the posible outcome like the branches of a tree.
    Use if statements to seperate possible examples.
    e.g. input(does phone switch on?)
    If input == no:
    Print(charge phone)
    After this, more input loops can be used.
    could you send me the code I need it ASAP
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    (Original post by FJP)
    could you send me the code I need it ASAP
    Sorry I didnt do this controlled assessment, so I dont have the code.
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    could you come up with the code
    (Original post by EGIK)
    Sorry I didnt do this controlled assessment, so I dont have the code.
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    (Original post by FJP)
    could you come up with the code
    I dont have time today but i suppose that i could try - no guarantees though.
    When are you supposed to finish?
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    (Original post by EGIK)
    I dont have time today but i suppose that i could try - no guarantees though.
    When are you supposed to finish?
    Monday please I am running out of time if you can't then its ok but please if you can it would be helpful
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    Please do not share live code for solutions as this is cheating.

    Discussion about potential ideas for solving it is research - but please reference these ideas.

    We will investigate where we believe candidates are promoting cheating for Controlled Assessments, and take appropriate action.

    Thanks,

    OCR Computer Science
 
 
 
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