Pseudogen is a Java™ to Algorithm Converter written specifically for
the students of ICSE/ISC. It is also capable of generating Variable Listing and
Method Listing.The format of algorithm it generates is called PseudoCode which is an
absolutely valid way of writing algorithms, and the board prefers it (as said in the syllabus)
over the descriptive based one, because it is much more mathematically structured.
Some things must be noted before using this technology:
BufferedReadermay not generate
readstatements if their objects are being used as instance variables. To make sure Pseudogen generates so, try to follow one of the following steps:
BufferedReaderat the Constructor.
BufferedReaderlocally, using the code
Scanner [objname]=new Scanner(System.in);or
BufferedReader [objname]=new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
scannerObj.next().charAt(0)replace this line by
q=scannerObj.next(); char x=q.charAt(0);. One thing you all must understand that Java™ was not designed for console based I/O thus its a forceful entry to make specific Java expressions look like
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