Series: Learning to Program

These posts are aimed at helping to teach you to program.








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



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





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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 ...