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Pseudocode Tutorial: The Basics


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#37 lespauled


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Posted 10 March 2015 - 12:09 PM

Based on your description, you don't need a global.  In fact, there aren't many cases where you should ever use a global.

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Posted 13 March 2015 - 11:46 AM

So how would I go about writing it then? I want to learn.

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Posted 26 August 2015 - 02:21 AM

Please help me out with this question
Question: Create an OOP solution using Pseudo code that handles the following elements.

1.            Two classes, namely Animal, and goat which are related in a parent – child relationship.

2.            You should show the implementation of each of the following:

                a.            Inheritance

                b.            At least two Relationships (A_Kind_of, is_A)

                c.             Creation of methods, two such methods are Get and Set methods

                d.            Creation of Objects

What I have written so far is this

Public Class Animal():
Private Class Goat
make animalname as the text in textbox1
Get animalname in textbox1
if animalname is Goat then
display A goat is a hardy domestic ruminant animal that has horns, kept for its milk and meat.
End if

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