IST Term 3 Lesson 2: IPO Tables By the end of this lesson, you would have revised the words: Input, Processing and Output and create an IPO table as a submission. Input: an action performed by the user that tells the software what to do or process (e.g. typing with a keyboard, using a mouse, talking into a microphone) Processing: step-by-step instructions of turning the inputs into outputs Output: the result of the inputs being processed (letters showing up on the screen, volume playing from a speaker, mouse cursor moving on the screen). IPO Table: Example for making coffee. IPO Table: Example for a calculator program INPUT PROCESSING OUTPUT Numbers Calculate from left to right the numbers that have been provided. The answer Isolate each of the characters and perform the calculation. 9 Calculation signs (Add, subtract, multiply divide) 3x3 - Your favourite recipe A simple program (alarm or a reminder on a phone) Construct game Any other example you can think of Submit two IPO tables as your submission.