(countable and uncountable, plural pseudocodes)
pseudo- + code
pseudocode - Computer Definition
(1) The intermediate instructions generated from the source code of an interpreted language. See intermediate language.
(2) Natural language statements that represent the logic of a program. Similar in purpose to a flowchart, the pseudocode is written in the user's native language. It allows the programmer to state the basic logic of the application from which the source code will be written at a later time. The first pseudocode example below is entirely English, while the second one is English with a little bit of programming syntax. There are numerous pseudocode styles. ask user for two numbers add the two numbers display result function (Add2Numbers) display "Enter two numbers." get x and y display "The sum is x+y."