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makos_pamin

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yes.. i'm talking about pseudocode.where can i find sources with that??it is not a programming language.i need to practice on that, i need examples to read. please help
 

9mmCensor

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pseudocode is a plain english language translation of a programming code.

eg1.

Java Code:
String password;

Psuedcode:
Create String Variable named password

eg2.
Java Code:
String password = "elite";

Psuedocode:
Set String value of Varible Password to equal "elite"


Ya Dig?

Here is a definition and some more complicated examples.
http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/P/pseudocode.html
 

drunkmonkey

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not to be an ***, but why did you make a whole new thread to extend your old thread? Its kind of annoying because even though there isn't a rule saying "you can't continue a thread in another thread" it junks up the forums (think what would happen if everyone created new follow up threads for threads that are not even a page long). so.... stop littering please.

(Isn't there a rule somewhere saying you cannot bump your old thread in a new one? If not I propose we have one)
 

Deathknight

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Why would there be a rule against starting a new thread with a new topic? Not only is there no rule against starting 2 threads about 2 seperate things, I would say that its encouraged to seperate your threads instead of having 1 thread that is hard to follow.
 

XWRed1

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Pseudocode isn't something you practice.

That's like practicing how to take notes or count on your fingers.
 

drunkmonkey

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Deathknight said:
Why would there be a rule against starting a new thread with a new topic? Not only is there no rule against starting 2 threads about 2 seperate things, I would say that its encouraged to seperate your threads instead of having 1 thread that is hard to follow.

but it isn't two seperate things, its like a page 2 of his last thread