A flow chart and pseudo code are methods of representing algorithms. An algorithm shows the logic of how a problem is solved. A flow chart has different representation symbols such as Entry, Exit, Task, Input/Output, Decision Point, and Inter Block. A structured program consists of a series of these symbols to perform a specific task. Pseudo code has documentation, action, and flow control keywords to visualize an algorithm. The documentation keywords are TASK and REM. SET, PUT, and GET are the action keywords.
Let's take a look at the different representations of algorithms, that is, flow charts and Pseudo code in the next sections.