Day 8: Pseudocode you need it and you know it

The pseudocode is our pencil sketch before we start drawing edges and coloring.

In computer science, pseudocode is a plain language description of the steps in an algorithm or another system. Pseudocode often uses structural conventions of a normal programming language, but is intended for human reading rather than machine reading.
-From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thanks to this tool we can organize ideas, stay focused on our goal.
It can be used in all situations whether you are working alone or in a team. You can build your own to-do list or leave a reference for a collaborator for his tasks.
We can use it as a reference to remind us where we need to put a specific call or variable.

It is basically an additional resource. It’s up to you to decide how and what to use it for. Just remember to use it inside a comment or the compiler will get angry. Not less important to delete it when you don’t need it anymore, the code base must speak for itself, it doesn’t need additional notes.

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