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GCSE: ICT Systems and Application

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    Planning- design a memo, letter and webpage for Capital FM.

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    I have been called into help advertise the company and help fix some of their ICT solutions. In order to do this, I will construct a memo to help the company run smoother. Last week we received a new sum of money that was raised in a raffle we organised. With that money we will be employing an additional presenter. I will be drafting a letter to all possible candidates for an interview. I will also make a homepage that links both of these documents. The company is a local radio station providing the listeners with local news and updates and also entertainment and music.

    • Word count: 2615
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    The impact of ICT on the local community. I live in the borough of Waltham Forest. Waltham Forest is quite an advanced community in terms of technology. Technology is used for various things, whether to make them more efficient or to provide a better serv

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    There is also the Walthamstow Town Hall. The town hall is used for a variety of things, from important council meeting to being rented for other reasons of necessity e.g. during the Muslim holiday, 'Eid', the Town hall was used as a place of mass prayer. The National Rail and London Underground Stations include Walthamstow Central Underground and National Rail station, Blackhorse Road Underground and National Rail station, Walthamstow Queen's Road, Wood Street, Highams Park and St James Street. The biggest would be the Walthamstow Central Underground and National Rail station which is, as the name states, in the central of the town.

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    Why Do You Think Online Shopping Is Becoming More Popular?

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    Online shopping has seen an extremely high increase in customers over the years; there are many reasons for this... Online Shopping-Why so Popular? The graph to the left shows UK internet retail sales, as you can see between April 2000 and December 2002 the online retail market value has seen a sharp increase. There are many reasons for this, firstly that internet shopping is a lot safer then it was ten years ago, sites such as PayPal make online shoppers feel safer as you only give out your card details to one company and they act as a 'middle man' between you and the seller.

    • Word count: 798
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    The Use of ICT in the Wider World.

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    Or in the case of a credit card it will be added to their account ready for them to pay the balance off at a later date. This is called 'Electronic Funds Transfer at the Point of Sale' (EFTPOS) * Loyalty cards are introduces in some supermarkets and large shops. These contain details of a customer. This card is swiped when a customer buys something, and the details of what they have bought are stored on the computer system. The customer is usually rewarded for their purchases.

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    Verification, validation and input masks

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    Validation can be used in a database, where you set up the fields in a database so that only certain information can be entered. It's a check by the actual computer program and makes sure that the data is allowable. There are many different checks that can be performed: � Character type check - This check will make sure that the correct characters are entered into the computer. � Length check - Where the length of the word that has been entered is checked, and if this is incorrect an error message is displayed.

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    "In conclusion, it seems that, in the long term, the positive effects of enclosure outweighed the negative effects. The main reason being that without enclosure, 50 per cent of the growing population of Britain would have died of hunger. But more should have been done to help the poor farmers. So this essay agrees. "The positive effects of enclosure outweighed the negative effects." 1"

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