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Introduction to Python Programming – Pseudocode

Pseudocode

A pseudocode is a set of statements written in a human-readable language, expressing the processing logic of a program.
General rules used for writing pseudocode are as follows:

(a) Imperative sentence: The imperative sentences are used to show actions. For example: Add x to sum, Display result, sort list, calculate, etc.
(b) Operations: Mostly arithmetic operations ( +, -,*,/etc.) and relational operators(=,=>,=>,<,>,etc.) are used.
(c) Decision: IF, THEN, ELSE, CASE, ENDCASE are used for decision-making.
(d) Looping: The looping or repetition of statements is shown by FOR, WHILE, etc.

Example 2.
Display “selected for National scholarship Examination”
Solution:
Display “selected for national scholarship Examination”
FOR roll to roll10DO
Display Roll, Name, Address
ENDFOR.

Example 3.
print if the candidate can vote or not.
Solution:
IF age>=18
THEN Display “Can Vote:
ELSE
Display “Cannot Vote”

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