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I need to know if there are any tools to convert the c# code to pseudocode.

I know writing pseudocode is easy,but my code is very long and i am running short of time.So if any one knows a tool which could help me ,pLZ LET ME KNOW
Posted 22-Mar-11 22:45pm
Updated 23-Mar-12 10:52am
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Tarun.K.S 23-Mar-11 4:46am
   
Then first make a Flowchart and then create your pseudocode.
mahum 30-Mar-12 10:31am
   
i have a question , please send me the pseudo code for this program
'Write a complete program that prompts for and inputs two whole numbers and display their division. Then the program should prompt for and input two real numbers and display the result of division
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The general idea of design is that you start with the pseudocode, and later convert it to a specific language...
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Wayne Gaylard 23-Mar-11 5:40am
   
Surely not. Just codezz.
OriginalGriff 23-Mar-11 5:42am
   
Ah! Of course - the modern technique: Cobble it together from website codezz and design it if you have time before handing in your homework...:laugh:
SAKryukov 23-Mar-11 17:20pm
   
A 5. See also what I say...
--SA
wizardzz 23-Mar-12 16:52pm
   
Not if you are using the internet to cheat on HW.
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Solution 4

Copy it to Notepad. Voila! Pseudo code.
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Solution 5

You could try our tool, Code Rocket. It analyses your code and comments to produce abstract pseudocode and flowchart views that can also be edited.

We have a standalone application called Code Rocket Designer and plugins for Visual Studio and Eclipse.

As well as C#, it also supports C/C++, Java and Visual Basic code and can export documentation in HTML and Word formats.

Alan
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Solution 7

I think there is no general rule for writing pseudocode, also as OriginalGriff says "The general idea of design is that you start with the pseudocode, and later convert it to a specific language". You could consider your own rules for writing pseudocode and create tool on your own, because I don't think there will be that sort of tool. And again, are you saving algorhythm for yourself? If so then there's no problem which language you use.
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Solution 3

As there is no such thing as a standard for pseudo-code, such tool is simply impossible.
Also, it would make no sense.

—SA
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ppolymorphe 7-Oct-15 3:23am
   
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Thank you.
—SA
Richard MacCutchan 7-Oct-15 6:36am
   
This question was posted more than four years ago.
   
And answered at that time, too. Any special reason you commented on this particular old answer? (Don't get me wrong, it would be perfectly fine; I'm just curious...)
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Richard MacCutchan 8-Oct-15 3:24am
   
My mistake, I meant to reply to ppolymorphe.
   
No problem at all, but I think anyone can vote at anytime on anything... :-)
—SA
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Solution 6

Sounds like you bit off more than you can chew. I would look into organizing your time better. Perhaps buy a clock, and a calendar, and use them in conjunction with each other.
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Solution 1

In VS 2010 (not sure which version is required) you can generate UML Sequence diagrams for functions maybe this will help you.
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