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Pseudo code advice

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My new employer is CMM Level 3. As part of the CMM/Personal Software
Process, I am required to create pseudo code for my stored procedure
and UDF design. Has anyone done this? If so, can anyone give me some
advice?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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On 15 Sep 2003 21:02:53 -0700 in comp.databases.ms-sqlserver,
im**************@yahoo.com wrote:
My new employer is CMM Level 3. As part of the CMM/Personal Software
Process, I am required to create pseudo code for my stored procedure
and UDF design. Has anyone done this? If so, can anyone give me some
advice?


Long time since I did any psuedocode, back in my COBOL days, basically
you're just outlining the logic of the procedure using what looks like
a cross between English and a programming language, e.g.

if Sales > Purchasing then
we're doing well
do payroll run
else
send snotty email to sales team
send apologies to everyone they're not getting paid this month
endif

after you define the logic, you can start inserting real code between
the if, while, case constructs.

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