Write the pseudocode
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Writing pseudocode is pretty easy actually:

  • Start with the algorithm you are using, and phrase it using words that are easily transcribed into computer instructions.
  • Indent when you are enclosing instructions within a loop or a conditional clause. A loop is a set of instructions that is repeated. A conditional clause is formed by a comparison and what to do if that comparison succeeds or fails. This technique makes sure it's easy to read.
  • Avoid words associated with a certain kind of computer language.

It turns out that there are some fairly standard words you can use. These include standard looping structures like the following:

  • FOR … ENDFOR
  • WHILE…ENDWHILE

There are also some terms for standard conditional clauses:

  • IF … ENDIF
  • WHILE … ENDWHILE (this is both a loop and a conditional clause by the way)
  • CASE … ENDCASE

There are more, but that's enough for us to present some examples.

source: https://study.com/academy/lesson/writing-pseudocode-algorithms-examples.html

https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/how-to-write-a-pseudo-code/



Pallav Kumar
23-04-2020 04:56:26


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