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    Our department has been assigned the task of developing new software programs essential to supporting the introduction of Product ABC. We have narrowed our options to 4 possible system design. How should we proceed to evaluate the 4 options, decide on the design of choice, and create the production software to meet our goal?

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    Programming features such as automatic memory management and bounds checking can be taken for granted when using scripting languages. In a compiled language, managing memory and variables, and creating data structures tends to consume more programmer effort and lines of code to ...

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    The solution discusses scripting language vs. compiled language and how to proceed to evaluate four options.