Pseudocode is the 'humanized' version of computer programming, used as an informal system of directly read code. Pseudocode isn't executable, and doesn't have structured syntax like real code. It operates as an interpreter for readers, denoting functions and operations. It also acts as a descriptor for algorithmic functions, rather than using a specific code language. This can be an extremely informal system, like a notated whiteboard flow chart. Pseudocode is useful for mapping out situations like variables where a program function can have several alternatives. Pseudocode can act as a visualization of working processes.
Examples of Pseudocode:
Pseudo code if-else statement