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Visual Logic Problem

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I would appreciate it if anyone can help me with this. I have 2 problems for my intro to programming logic class that are simply giving me fits. We use visual logic in class.
Problem #1
Write a program that allows a user to enter 3 integers. In the program you will need to choose the highest and lowest of the 3 numbers. The final output should be a list of the 3 numbers in the original order, a line that displays the lowest number and a line that displays the highest number.

Problem #2
Write a program that asks the user to enter 2 words. The program the prints out both words on one line. The words will be separated by enough dots so that the total line length is 30.

PLEASE HELP! I know problem 2 will require a loop but that is about it :whistling:
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sorry, but I've only dealt with real programming languages, not this for-profit excuse for a language that you unfortunately have to use.

Here's a tutorial I found by googling "visual logic". Hopefully it will be of some use.
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