Pseudocode

Updated: 05/05/2017 by Computer Hope

Pseudocode may refer to any of the following:

1. Alternatively referred to as p-code, pseudocode is a computer programming language that resembles plain English that cannot be compiled or executed, but explains a resolution to a problem.

2. P-Code is also short for packed code, which is a proprietary language developed by Microsoft to help create smaller DLLs and application files by compiling Visual Basic and Visual C++ code into machine code. Since the introduction of the .NET framework Microsoft's P-Code is no longer used.

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