Pawnbroker and Sub Private Sub

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CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND THE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY This chapter presents the Introduction, Background of the study, Statement of the problem, Objective of the study, Hypothesis of the study, Scope and Delimitation, Significance of the study, and the Definition of terms. INTRODUCTION Technology plays a vital role in business. Over the years businesses have become dependent on technology so much so that if we were to take away that technology virtually all business operations around the globe would come to a grinding halt. Almost all businesses and industries around the world are using computers ranging from the most basic to the most complex of operations. The pawnshop management system is a store that offers money, usually a fraction…show more content…
* The proposed system will be process in a fast way if the user’s knows how to use the system efficiently. SCOPE AND DELIMITATION SCOPE This system has the following capabilities: * This system allows the client to pawn item. * This system allowsto encode the important information of the client. * This system allows to renew the client’s item. * This system allows to redeem the client’s item. * This system has a search function that will show the clients record through typing customer’s name. * This system has an automatic calculation function for computing interest. * This system has a printing function that would print receipt. DELIMITATION This system has the following delimitations: * The proposed system requires Operating System compatibility unable to install. * The proposed system has a database only for MS SQL. * The proposed system doesn’t have the ability to restore deleted files. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY The importances of the study are the following * To transform manual system into computer based systems. * To help the problem in pawnshop business. Table 1.1 DEFINITIONS OF TERMS In this chapter, we used different terminologies to add facts and information’s for the development of our Pawnshop System. The following terms are being defined below to help you understand more about our study. | TERM | DEFINITION | 1 | COMPUTER | - A computer is a device that accepts information
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