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Input a list of employee names and salaries, and determine the mean (average) salary as well as the number of salaries above and below the mean.

Process Display Program Title Give instructions on the program Open file for interactive input (write) Prompt for Names and Salaries Check for negative numbers Check for sentinel value Loop until sentinel value is entered Get running total for Sum Get running total for Count Write input values to file Close file after input Determine if count is equal or greater than 1 Calculate average salary Display average salary Prompt for input Response Determine if user wants to continue Open file for batch processing (read) Loop for processing file Read salary field Gather running total for both count variables When the loop reaches EOF close file Display count variables as output Input Input Name (Name: String) Input Salary (Salary: Real) Output Display Average salary Display Count_2 above average salary Display Count_3 below average salary

Main Module Declare Name, Response As String Declare Sum, Salaries, Average As Real Declare Count, Count_2, Count_3 As Integer Write “ Welcome to the Payroll Program ” Write “” Write “This programs intended use is for you to enter a list” Write “ of Names and Salaries into a…...

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