Pseudocode is a description of a computer programming algorithm that uses the structural conventions of programming languages, but omits detailed subroutines or language-specific syntax. It can also refer to a high level 'language' whose aim is to generalise the logic and program flow of a computer program
An example of how pseudocode differs from regular code is below.

Regular code (written in PHP):

<?php
if (is_valid($cc_number)) {
execute_transaction($cc_number, $order);
} else {
show_failure();
}
?>

Pseudocode:

if credit card number is valid
execute transaction based on number and order
else
show a generic failure message
end if
Por georgi 24 de julio de 2006
a made up computer language. could be random.
if (connected to internet){

type 'www.urbandictionary.com' in address bar

press enter

click on 'random'

copy word and definition

paste on any random thread.
}
else{

throw monitor out of window
}
type a definition for 'pseudocode' and submit
smiley face =D
Por amparojack 12 de mayo de 2009

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