110739     GRADES: Course Management Program  Version: V1, April 1984
Submitted by: Ronald S. Daniel, California Polytechnic University,
Pomona, CA
Operating System: RSTS/E V7.2 and 8.0  Source Language: BASIC-PLUS
Memory Required: 128KB  Keywords: Educational Applications
Abstract: The software package described in this document is a grade
keeping system developed at California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona.  The package is written in the
BASIC-PLUS language running under the RSTS operating system
on a PDP-11/70 minicomputer.
This document is strictly written for an experienced
programmer to understand the foundation of the system in
order to be able to modify it, enhance it or eliminate
features from it.
The software is formed by different modules which perform a
function on a database stored in the computer memory.  The
names of these modules and a short description of the
function that they perform are:
INIT		Initializes the master file of one of three
		different courses that the software can support.
ENTER		Is the "main scheduler" program.  This module is the
		one that "calls" the different specialized modules to
		perform their function on the database based on the
		user's response to the main menu.
NAMES		This program is run at the beginning of the quarter
        	to initialize the database for any of the three
		supported courses.
SCORE		This program is accessed whenever scores for an
        	evaluation are going to be entered.
PRINT		This program will produce a hard copy printout of a
        	course database.
CORET		This module is used to correct any kind of data that
		is found to be wrong in the students' records.
Notes: This program has been tested only on RSTS/E versions 7.2 and
Restrictions: Limited to three sections (courses) of enrollment of 300
each or less.
Documentation available in hardcopy only.
Media (Service Charge Code): Write-Up and Listing (DB), 600' Magnetic
Tape (MA)  Format: DOS-11

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