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I am new to this and was hoping someone can explain this pseudocode to me.
Pseudo code example:
J := 1 ;
K := 10 ;
L := 5 ;

J_LIST := (1, 2, 3, 4, 5);

For J in J_LIST do
K := K - j ;
L := K + 2 * J ;
enddo ;

what is the purpose of the J_List in this example? How would the K and L values be determined?
Hello Sh123,

Basically, 'For J in J_LIST' repeats the instructions between 'do' and 'enddo;' for each value inside 'J_LIST' and it assigns 'J' with the value.

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