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- 03-05-2013, 11:37 AM #1Member
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Truncate and If statement with "is not a whole number"
Our prof. gave us this pseudocode...he wants us to research and transform it into an actual program...
i'm having a big problem on this part of the pseudocode
if(Interval is not a whole number) then
how can i use a if statement in determining if it is a decimal or a whole number??
and how do i use truncate??
truncating it into ones twos or threes...
this code has an array of 14 names i didn't include them
Set Interval to N
while(Interval is not 1)
Set Interval to ((Interval/3)+1)
If(Interval is not a whole number) then
Set start to 1
while(start <= Interval)
set Unsrt_Indx to (start + interval)
while(unsrt_Indx <= N)
if (Arr[Unsrt_Indx - Interval] > arr[unsrt_Indx] then
set str_indx to unsrt_indx
set temp to arr[srt_indx]
while((str_indx >start && (arr[str_indx-Interval] > temp))
set arr[set_indx] to arr[str_index- interval]
set str_indx to (crt_index - interval)
set arr[str_indx] to temp
set unsrt_indx to (unsrt_indx + interval)
please help!! :)
i possible help me transform this into a program :)
- 03-05-2013, 12:46 PM #2
Re: Truncate and If statement with "is not a whole number"If you're forever cleaning cobwebs, it's time to get rid of the spiders.
- 03-05-2013, 01:47 PM #3
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