State about the pseudocode, Data Structure & Algorithms

State the Introduction to pseudocode

No specific programming language is referred to; development of algorithms by using pseudocode uses generic descriptions of branching, looping, data manipulation, input/output, counting and totalling techniques.

Section is broken down into 4 areas:

1 description of common pseudocode terms

2 writing algorithms using pseudocode

3 finding errors in sections of pseudocode

4 exercises

 

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