pseudocode

Pseudocode is a kind of code used for writing source code by programmers, system analysts and project developers to present a code that is understandable to several parties at the same time, without getting into complexities of writing code in any specific computer programming language.

Pseudocode doesn’t have any international standard and every organization or group of people can develop their own standards.

Code written in pseudocode can be changed to all computer languages subsequently.

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