Has Anyone done the OCR programming project 2019 Watch

Zeref
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Has anyone completed the OCR programming project 2019 tasks and if so could they send it to me as they count towards 0% and i want to see how it should be structured.
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something like this but i mean its not worth to spend so much time on considering its doesn't count towards ur gcse grade

Analysis:
Analysis of the program
What is the aim of the game
How is the game going to work
Briefly, how is this going to happen(e.g CSV files)
Success Criteria
My program must:
Design

Stepwise Algorithm:
Pseudocode
Flowchart
Variable
Functions
Validations Methods
Structure/Files
Test Design/Strategy:
-What is being tested?/Success Criteria
-What data is being used?
-Normal/Boundary/Erroneous?
-Expected results?

Developing:
Screenshots
Screenshot of every error
Screenshot of the respective code
What changes were made
Show that the code worked on retest(if not repeat this list)

Testing:
What is being tested?/Success Criteria
Expected Result
Reason for test
Test data
Actual Outcome
Changes

Evaluation:
How successful was the program
What new skills have I developed
How could I improve my project further
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Can someone please send me there flowchart a psuedocode so i can compare it ASAP
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(Original post by yogya)
something like this but i mean its not worth to spend so much time on considering its doesn't count towards ur gcse grade

Analysis:
Analysis of the program
What is the aim of the game
How is the game going to work
Briefly, how is this going to happen(e.g CSV files)
Success Criteria
My program must:
Design

Stepwise Algorithm:
Pseudocode
Flowchart
Variable
Functions
Validations Methods
Structure/Files
Test Design/Strategy:
-What is being tested?/Success Criteria
-What data is being used?
-Normal/Boundary/Erroneous?
-Expected results?

Developing:
Screenshots
Screenshot of every error
Screenshot of the respective code
What changes were made
Show that the code worked on retest(if not repeat this list)

Testing:
What is being tested?/Success Criteria
Expected Result
Reason for test
Test data
Actual Outcome
Changes

Evaluation:
How successful was the program
What new skills have I developed
How could I improve my project further
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