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Version control sheet

what is a "version control sheet to the source code of a program".
alwright1975Asked:
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UrosVidojevicConnect With a Mentor Commented:
It is a list of versions that your program (source code of your program) goes through the development.
For example:

version 1.0: Simple currency converter supporting Yens, Pounds,...
version 1.1 Added support for Russian and Chinese currencies.
version 1.2 Support for bidirectional conversion.
version 1.3 Graphical interface,....
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Here you can find a sample scenario:

http://www.wepin.com/uop/References/version/versionsheet.html

and here you can find empty sheet for filling

http://www.upenn.edu/computing/group/fallcrush/2000/forms/vercontrol.pdf.
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Infinity08Commented:
In what context ? Where did you read/hear this ?
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alwright1975Author Commented:
This is my homework assignment and the context of my question.

...Write a C program that displays the title "Currency Conversion," and then write the names of five currencies and their equivalents to the US dollar. The conversions are hard coded equations. Insert comments in the program to document the program internally.  Attach a design flow chart and a version control sheet to the source code of the program.
Deliverables: C source code and a MS Word document
Sample output:

Currency Conversion
1.00 Euro = 1.28 US Dollar
1.00 UK Pound = 1.87 US Dollar
1.00 Japanese Yen = 0.01 US Dollar
1.00 Canadian Dollar = 0.82 US Dollar
1.00 Australian Dollar = 0.77 US Dollar
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UrosVidojevicConnect With a Mentor Commented:
And for design flow chart,
it's task is to show what your program is doing, by using visual representation.

Basic simbols:
http://www.edrawsoft.com/images/examples/basic-flowchart-symbols.gif

Example:
http://users.evtek.fi/~jaanah/IntroC/DBeech/images/3gl_flow_ex3_fig1.gif

In your case it would be something like:

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