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This method makes reading and understanding the output very inconvenient. To reduce the excessive length of the printout, we can display multiple solutions per line. For example, we can add an outputcontrol variable B that will cause the program to print three sets of numbers across the page, before advancing to the next line. 6. 8, respectively. Since ATARI BASIC lacks the usual TAB() command for cursor positioning, vertical alignment of output is accomplished by embedding the numbers (varying from one to three digits) in strings of fixed length.
The program should include a parameter mechanism that can be used to protect the integrity of the output. By varying the setting of the parameter, the program may execute on computers that have different capacity limitations. Listed below are two ways to accomplish the setting of this parameter. We may either: 1. Indicate the largest integer admissible in the system using an assignment instruction or a READ/DATA instruction . ---J .. 12: Main Flowchart for Partitioning Fractions 39 40 BASIC EXERCISES FOR THE ATARI or: 2.
6 6 is larger than X so we copy 6 int o X. J We observe that by using this method, X is indeed being converted into the largest element of the array. Therefore, we can go ahead and program this flowchart. Note: This method can only be used with fairly simple flowcharts. 5 can be translated into BASIC in various ways. B. J FLOWCHARTS This is not the best possible version, but it is easy to understand: Lines 110 to 130 read in the entire array. Lines 140 to 180 correspond to the search for the largest element in the array.