Using Programming Organizational Techniques and Interpret Logic
In this chapter, you learn the basic steps of organizing your programming project and the logical fundamentals you need to master. This chapter covers CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ Objective 4.2: Using programming organizational techniques and interpret logic.
Before you write a single line of code in any language, you need to plan your program. What is your program supposed to do? What operations are needed? What needs to happen first, second, third, and so on? You can use three methods to organize your program: pseudocode, flowcharting, and sequencing. In the following sections, you learn about each of these methods.