This entry is part 13 of 22 in the series Learning to ProgramIn today’s post I will discuss methods and classes, and describe how to use them in pseudocode.  Methods and classes are inherently the same thing, but there are differences between them.  Especially when you get to actual programming […]

Learning to Program – Stage 3: Pseudocode—Methods

This entry is part 10 of 22 in the series Learning to ProgramAs I mentioned in the last post, pseudocde phrases vary, depending on whether you are using a generic version or language specific version.  The pseudocode that I will be showing you is generic.  You can use it to […]

Learning to Program – Stage 3 Pseudocode commands and reserved ...

This entry is part 7 of 22 in the series Learning to ProgramIn previous posts, I described the symbols used in flowcharting and an idea of the flow in a program.  I also discussed the different decisions and loops that you may encounter in a program.  I pointed out that […]

Learning to Program (Stage 2)—Flowcharting – Methods and Classes

This entry is part 6 of 22 in the series Learning to ProgramIn my previous post, I described decisions and loops.  There is a special type of decision called a select- case statement (or case statement).  This decision is intended to replace the need for nested if- then statements.  First, […]

Learning to Program—Flowcharting (Stage 2) – Case Statements