I’m planning on writing an e-book about Programming and Logic. Right now, I have a basic Table of Contents set up, and I want to get some feedback from people who are learning to use Pseudocode and Flowcharting.
Some questions that I have for you are these:
1. Which do you think is harder, creating flowcharts or pseudocode?
2. Would you prefer to see a) more flowcharting examples, b) more pseudocode examples, or c) an equal share of each?
3. Which aspects of logic are you struggling with (for example but definitely NOT limited to: variables, arrays, looping, decisions, methods, classes, objects, or data types)?
Please post in the comments section, and I’ll be more than happy to frame the book along the requests. Also if there are other subjects that I haven’t covered in the questions, please post those as well.
At some point, I’ll be posting the table of contents for opinions on things like the chapter names, the order that I’m presenting things, and the structure of the book overall.
Thanks, and have a great weekend.