Pseudocode, logic in plain English

When you start working on a new script it can be very useful to write down the logic first in a more readable format than programming language. Doing this is called writing pseudocode.

This is a quick way to get your ideas down on “paper” and might also help you spot any errors in the logic before writing the actual code.

Pseudocode is language independent, so you will be able to share your logic with anyone, no matter what their programming language preference is.

This is how pseudocode might look like compared to written in C#:




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