Hi. I'm doing the OCR Computing A453 Programming Project and I have to write a pseudocode of how my code works.
This is the question.
A primary school teacher wants a computer program to test the basic arithmetic skills of her students. The program should generate a quiz consisting of a series of random questions, using in each case any two numbers and addition, subtraction and multiplication. The system should ask the student’s name, then ask 10 questions, output if the answer to each question is correct or not and produce a final score out of 10.
Analyse the requirements in detail and design, code, test and evaluate a program to meet these requirements
This is my code:
correct = 0
name = input("Please state your name: ")
for count in range(10):
num1 = random.randint(1, 10)
num2 = random.randint(1, 10)
symbol = random.choice(["+", "-", "*"])
print("Please solve:\n", num1, symbol, num2)
user = int(input(""))
if symbol == "+":
answer = num1 + num2
elif symbol == "-":
answer = num1 - num2
elif symbol == "*":
answer = num1 * num2
if user == answer:
correct = correct + 1
print(name, ", You Got", correct, "Out Of 10")
Please help us we have a shtty computing teacher who hasnt taught us crap and I'm having to learn things all by myself. Can someone help me write this up in PSEUDOCODE THANKS
PseudoCode HELP???!!!?!? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 25-04-2016 00:41
- 27-04-2016 16:01
First of all you can pretty much present what you have as pseudo code.
However, (1) Indent blocks of code. (2) You could change method calls such as random.choice(["+", "-", "*"]) to functions like this
a) Change random.choice(["+", "-", "*"]) to symbol = get__random_operator()
b) Add a function like
case i of random_integer
1: return "+"
2: return "-"
This means that you pseudo code does not contain anything too language specific
I assume you code is indented and TSR removed the indenting as it has for me!Last edited by nerak99; 27-04-2016 at 16:03.
what the ****