How are you all? I hope you are doing well 😃! and congratulations on completing your day 1. So, let’s dive one step further. ➥ Today we will learn about Algorithms.
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An algorithm should be represented by our mental thoughts into a form that others can understand.
OR in simple words-
“The algorithms are the instructions which say what must be done, step by step procedure to solve logical and mathematical problems.”
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There are primarily two ways of representing an algorithm:
- Flow chart: It is the diagrammatic way of representing the algorithm.
- Pseudo-code: It is the representation of the algorithm in a way that is in between a program and normal English.
I still not understood Nishant.
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Then, Please explain.
More simply, the Algorithm is just a blueprint for making programs. Or Algorithm is a simple procedure for solving a problem.
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Welcome! After completing this python series when you become a programmer, then you will need to write an Algorithm for the problem that your client assigns you before implementing it in programming.
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Okey! let’s learn about the pseudo-code.
I’m curious to know about the pseudo-code.
Simply Pseudocode is a text-based Algorithm, which does not require any programming syntax.Pseudocode
Let’s take an example of flights on airport like before.
Definition: Pseudocode is an informal way of programming description that does not require any strict programming language syntax or underlying technology considerations.
It is used for creating an outline or a rough draft of a program.
Pseudo-code summarizes a program’s flow but excludes underlying details.
System designers write pseudocode to ensure that programmers understand a software project’s requirements and align code accordingly. —- Indiatimes
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Algorithm Flow chart
In the flow chart, the procedures of the algorithm are arranged in a chart in a very understandable format.
Flow charts are very easy to understand even for a non-technical person.
Watch a short video on the Algorithm.
I think that is all about the Algorithm for Now. We will learn more about the Algorithm in upcoming Lessons.
What is an Algorithm?
Why do we need an Algorithm?
What is Pseudocode?
What are the Characteristics of the Algorithm?
What is the difference between pseudocode and flowchart?
What is sorting Algorithms?
1. Selection sort
2. bubble sort
3. merge sort
4. heap sort
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