I read this pseudocode in a design book, and I found it bothersome, tell me if this is a good way to program, or if it's better to state the exact conditions of if statement execution:
The table we're working with is:
A = 90-100
B = 80-89
C = 70-79
This is probably just style, but wouldnt it be a better idea to just explicitly state in your code what the exact parameters are? And BTW, I understand this would be written with ELSE IF's...the whitespace used was just taken form the book,Code:IF percentage > 89 THEN grade = A ELSE IF percentage > 79 THEN grade = B ELSE IF percentage > 69 THEN grade = C ENDIF ENDIF ENDIF
I was just wondering, thanks for the help -ChapCode:IF percentage > 89 AND percentage <= 100 THEN etc...