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Introduction to C Programming Individual Assignment Page 1 of 7

Level 1 Asia Pacific University College of Technology and Innovation 2019

Test Specification Table (Sample)

CLO1 Explain the concept of C Programming. (C2, PLO1) Final Exam

CLO2 Outline a solution with the help of Pseudocode and

Graphical representation. (C1, PLO3)

Individual Assignment

CLO3 Construct the outlined solution into a software

application using C programming. (C3, PLO6)

Individual Assignment

Individual Assignment (80%):

Question

No.

Question Vs Taxonomy

Cognitive Level

Topic 1 2 3 4 5 6 PLO

SQ SQ SQ SQ SQ SQ

1

Design with Pseudocode and

Flowchart 20% 3

2

Application using C Programming

Concepts 80% 6

Total 100%

1.0INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION

 For CS/CS(DA)/IT/CGD/EEE/CE/ME/TE/PE Programme

Malaysian Urban Bank Management System (MUBMS)

Malaysian Urban Bank Management System providing online access to the

customers. This system is focused on customer account services of bank.

Here, system having two users 1. Admin 2. Customer. System is focused on many

functionalities like create a new account, update information of an existing account,

view and manage transactions, check the details of an existing account, remove

existing account and view customers’ list & transactions. Overall, with this project,

you can perform banking activities like in a REAL bank.

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Level 1 Asia Pacific University College of Technology and Innovation 2019

MUBMS project in ANSI C is a console application without graphics. Following

are the features that the MUBMS should have:

Admin

1. Login

2. View Customers’ list

3. View Customers’ transaction

4. Remove existing Customer

Customer

1. Register / create a new account if customer handling system first time.

(Fields needed for registration – Name, Address, Phone_Number, Gender,

User_Name, Password, ReType_Password, Account_Number,

ReType_Account_Number, Account Type (Saving / Current). Other than these

student can add extra fields)

2. Login

3. View personal information

4. Update personal information

5. View Account detail

6. Manage Transactions

6.1 Withdraw amount from Account

6.2 Deposit amount in Account

7. View Transactions

You are required to store all data in text files. There is no limit on the number of text

files that can be used but they should be kept minimum. You should use array,

structures and functions (called by value and/or reference) in your program. All the

features in your program must be coded in separate functions. You may include some

analytics in your program as additional features. Global variables are not allowed.

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Level 1 Asia Pacific University College of Technology and Innovation 2019

2.0REQUIREMENTS

i. You are required to carry out extra research for your system and document any

logical assumptions you made after the research.

ii. Your program should use symbolic constants where appropriate. Validations need

to be included to ensure the accuracy of the system. State any assumptions that

you make under each function.

iii. Your program must be modular, user-friendly using programming techniques that

you have learnt. You may include any extra features which you may feel relevant

and that add value to the system. The menus could be modified in order to

facilitate more options.

iv. There should be no need for graphics in your program, as what is being assessed,

is your programming skill not the interface design. The marking scheme for the

assignment has been provided so that you clearly know how the assessment for

this assignment would be done.

v. You should include the good programming practice such as comments, variable

initialisation, naming conventions and indentation.

vi. In a situation where the students,

- Failed to attempt the assignment demonstration, overall marks awarded for

the assignment will be adjusted to 50% of the overall existing marks

3.0DELIVERABLES

You are required to submit:

i. A softcopy of the program coded in ANSI C – submitted in a CD. The program

should include the following:

- Basic C concepts such as displaying and reading of text, variables, and

assignment of values, comments – to explain various parts of the program, etc.

- Intermediate C concepts such as control structures – selection and iteration

control structures, use of arrays – single / double scripted, string.

- Advanced C concepts such as functions – programmer defined and library

functions, pointers, structures, unions, linked list and files.

- Any other features of C that has not been covered.

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ii. A documentation of the system, that incorporates basic documentation standards

such as header and footer, page numbering and which includes

- Cover page

- Table of contents

- Introduction and assumptions

- Design of the program – using pseudocode and flowcharts – which adheres to

the requirements provided above

- Explanation of C programming concepts applied with sample segment of

source code from the system created.

- Additional features which have been incorporated in the solution in terms of

design and C codes (sample segment of source code from the system created)

- Sample outputs when the program is executed with some explanation of the

outputs / sections of the program

- Conclusion

- References – Harvard Name Referencing

iii. CD Content

- Documentation file (.doc file if using Ms-Word)

- Program / Source files (.c files)

- Header files (.h files) - optional

- Executable file (.exe file)

iv. Binding and Submission

- The documentation (attached with the CD) must be comb bound and

submitted to the Academic Administration on the 1

st Nov, 2019 (Friday)

latest by 7.00 p.m.

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Level 1 Asia Pacific University College of Technology and Innovation 2019

4.0ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

i. Design solution (Flowchart and Pseudocode) 20%

Detailed, logical and application of appropriate idea.

ii. Coding / Implementation 30%

Appropriate application of C concepts (from basic to advance), good solution

implemented with validation and met all the requirements with additional features.

iii. Documentation 20%

Overall standard and layout, referencing (Harvard), screen capture and

assumptions.

iv. Demonstration 10%

Know how to execute and able to trace the system

v. Question and Answer 20%

Answered the questions based on the assignment submitted during presentation.

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Level 1 Asia Pacific University College of Technology and Innovation 2019

5.0PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Distinction (75% and above)

This grade will be assigned to work which meets all of the requirements stated in the

question. The program runs smoothly when executed. There is clear evidence and application

of C concepts up to advanced level. The program solution is unique with excellent coding

styles and validation. The program implemented maps completely against the design (pseudo

code and flowchart) as seen in the documentation. The design of the solution varies in styles

and has unique logic with hardly any errors / omissions. The documentation does not have

any missing components. Sample outputs documented have clear explanation. All work is

referenced according to Harvard Name Referencing convention. Student must be able to

provide excellent explanation of the codes and work done, show additional concepts / new

ideas used in the solution, able to answer all questions posed with accurate / logical answers /

explanation provided with sound arguments and clear discussion. Overall an excellent piece

of work submitted.

Credit (65%-74%)

This grade will be assigned to work which is considered to be of good standard and meets

most of the requirements stated in the question. The program runs smoothly when executed.

There is clear evidence and application of C concepts up to at least intermediate level. The

program solution is unique with good coding styles and validation. The program

implemented maps well against the design (pseudo code and flowchart) as seen in the

documentation. The design of the solution varies in styles and has unique logic with minor

errors / omissions. The documentation does not have any missing components. Sample

outputs documented with some explanation. All work is referenced according to Harvard

Name Referencing convention but with some minor errors / omissions. Student must be able

to provide good explanation of the codes and work done, answer most questions posed with

mostly accurate / logical answers / explanation. Overall a good assignment submitted.

Pass (50%-64%)

This grade will be assigned to work which meets at least half of the basic requirements

(approximately 50%) stated in the questions. The program runs smoothly when executed.

There is clear evidence and application of C concepts at basic level. The program solution is

common with basic coding styles and validation. The program implemented somewhat maps

with the design (pseudo code and flowchart) as seen in the documentation. The design of the

solution is average in terms of logic and style with some errors / omissions. The

documentation has some missing components. Sample outputs documented but without any

explanation. Did some referencing but not according to Harvard Name Referencing

convention and with some minor errors / omissions. Student must be able to explain some

codes and work done and able to answer some questions posed with some accurate / logical

answers / explanation. Overall an average piece of work submitted.

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Fail (Below 50%)

This grade will be assigned to work which achieved less than half of the requirements stated

in the question. The program is able to compile but not able to execute or with major error.

The program solution has only basic coding styles with no validation. The program solution

has little or no mapping with the design. The design of the solution has major / obvious errors

/ omissions. The documentation has some missing essential components. No referencing.

Student is barely able to explain the codes / work done and answer given on the questions

posed but with mostly inaccurate / illogical answers / explanation. Overall a poor piece of

work submitted.