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Use regular expressions to identify and extract relevant pieces of a string of text.

Programming On The Internet Class. This assignment is on the Perl Programming Language. Please view the attached file provided for more detail. Everything you will need is attached.
The goal of this assignment is to provide unique quality work. Write a program that processes a command-line argument and produces a usage
statement if no command-line argument is given.
Write a program with Perl that processes an external Unix command.
Use regular expressions to identify and extract relevant pieces of a string of text.

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Create an atmosphere of interaction by posting meaningful responses that advance and expand the depth of the discussion.

Certainly, there are many file types in today’s computing world. We may be grossly oversimplifying if we try to think of them as “merely” sequential or not, or human-readable, or not.
Do some research on the Internet and see what information you can find about the explosion of file types. Some commentators suggest that much of the details about file types will disappear from the normal users’ point of view, as icons and apps replace our way of thinking about how we name and use the pieces of our systems. Does this make sense? If so, Why? What is the rationale?
After exploring the different file types, discuss what surprised you the most about files and file types? From a file type perspective, what do you think the future might hold?
If you use additional resources to help in developing your discussion post, be sure to provide proper citation for your source. Generally speaking, your responses should be two to three paragraphs (about 300 to 400 words).
Create an atmosphere of interaction by posting meaningful responses that advance and expand the depth of the discussion. If you’d like to use additional resources (such as from the Internet) to help in developing your discussion post, that’s great–just be sure to provide a proper citation to your source, and use your source, don’t just quote from it!

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Online Portal for a School There are two parts to this assignment: In Part 1

Online Portal for a School
There are two parts to this assignment:
In Part 1, you will create a hierarchy chart, a flowchart, and an algorithm for a given school scenario.

Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research about arrays.
Part 1: Creating a Hierarchy Chart, a Flowchart, and an Algorithm
In this assignment, you will apply your learning from Weeks 2 and 3 about hierarchy charts, flowcharts, algorithms, and control structures and develop a program.
Now, let’s look at a scenario.
Scenario
A middle school has decided that it would like to make its students’ grades available to their parents via an online parent portal. In addition, this system will allow for important announcements to be posted. The school has decided that a system will be developed in-house to complete this project. In doing so, a number of processes need to be identified during the planning of the project.
Some of the processes for teachers can include:
Logging in to the system
Uploading grades
Posting announcements
Some of the processes for parents can include:
Log on to the system
Accessing and reading important announcements
Viewing student’s grades
Sending an e-mail to the student’s teacher via the system on questions regarding the student’s grades
Based on the scenario, choose any of the processes, for teachers or for parents, and complete the following tasks to create a report in a Microsoft Word document:
Define the problem and the current need in the given situation.
Create a hierarchy chart depicting the chosen situation.
Develop a flowchart and provide a brief explanation for it.
Develop an algorithm and provide a brief explanation for it.
Explain how arrays can be used within your choice.

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Selection Techniques In this assignment, you will research different selection a

Selection Techniques
In this assignment, you will research different selection and programming techniques and learn how to select the best technique for a given situation.
Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research on the following:
Selection techniques
Programming techniques
Control structures
Imagine a scenario in which you are asked to create a menu-driven program in which certain tasks need to be performed based on the choices a user makes (1, 2, 3, and so on).
Based on your research and the task assigned in the scenario, answer the following questions:
Which selection technique do you think is best suited for such a program? Why?
Do you agree that all control structures are nothing but a form of the ”Go to” statement? Why or why not? Justify your responses with reasons.
Is “Go to” a good programming technique? Why or why not?
Do you agree with the statement, “The ‘do while’ loop is enough to solve any problem that uses looping and no other repetition structure is required”? Why or why not?

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Flowcharts, Algorithms, and More Alice In this assignment, you will apply what

Flowcharts, Algorithms, and More Alice
In this assignment, you will apply what you learned in Week 2 about using flowcharts and algorithms for program development.
There are two parts to this assignment:
In Part 1, you will create a flowchart and an algorithm for a program for ordering a pizza.
In Part 2, you will complete Programming Project 2 from your course textbook Alice 3 in Action with Java and analyze its results.
Part 1: Creating a Flowchart and an Algorithm
Scenario
Bruce Williams wants to order a pizza for dinner from Silver Pizza, but he does not have the telephone number of the pizza company.
Based on the given situation, complete the following tasks:
Create a flowchart of steps necessary for Williams to find the telephone number of Silver Pizza and order a pizza for dinner.
Create an algorithm to support your flowchart as a list of steps with logic, if necessary.
Create pseudocode to support the processes for the given situation.
Describe your flowchart and algorithm and explain what is occurring within each. Please note that you do not need to write code at this point— just ensure the logic is correct.
Part 2: Alice Tutorial
Complete Programming Project 2 from your textbook Alice 3 in Action with Java and answer the following questions upon completion of the Alice project:
Programming Project 2:
Build an undersea world that contains a clownfish and a shark. Build a swim() method that makes each kind of fish swim forward 1 meter in a more or less realistic fashion. Build a program containing a scene in which a shark chases the clownfish and the clownfish swims to its giant cousin, a clownfish, which chases the shark away.
What are some of the other methods listed in the Alice tool that you experimented with? Describe your experience with using them.
When you used the Turn and the Roll methods, what differences did you find?
Submission Details
Compile your answers for Parts 1 and 2 in a Microsoft Word document.
Support your responses with appropriate research and examples.
Cite any sources in APA format on a separate page.
Name your document