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How to write pseudocode

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How to write pseudocode There are six basic computer operations 1. A computer can receive information Read (information from a file) Get (information from the keyboard) 2. A computer can put out information Write (information to a file) Display (information to the screen) 3. A computer can perform arithmetic Use actual mathematical symbols or the words for the symbols Add number to total Total = total + number +, -, *, / Calculate, Compute also used 4. A computer can assign a value to a piece of data 3 cases to give data an initial value Initialize, Set To assign a value as a result of some processing ‘=’ * x = 5 + y to keep a piece of information for later use Save, Store 5. A computer can compare two piece of information and select one of two alternative actions IF condition THEN some action ELSE alternative action ENDIF 6. A computer can repeat a group of actions WHILE condition (is true) some action ENDWHILE FOR a number of times some action ENDFOR

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The Structure Theorem
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