``````I need to know if I'm doing this right. I just recently started Psuedocoding and I'm still confused about it. If I was to test this code would it work?

Declare Employees[100] as String

Declare Salaries[100] as Integer

Declare K as Integer

Declare Average as Integer

Set Sum = 0

Set K = 1

Set Average = 0

Write "Enter Total Employee Count."

Input Employees

FOR K = 1 Add 1 to Average Then

Write "Enter the Employee Name and salary"
Input Name, Salary
Set Employees[K]=Name
Set Salaries[K]=Salary
Set Sum=Sum+Salary

END FOR

Set Average=Sum/Average

Set Below = 0

Set Above = 0

If K = Add 1 to Average Then

If Salaries=[K] < Average Then
Set Below = Below + 1
End If

If Salaries=[K] > Average Then
Set Above = Above + 1
End If

END If
``````

What do you need help with?

I need to know if I'm doing this right. I just recently started Psuedocoding and I'm still confused about it. If I was to test this code would it work?

``````Input Employees
``````

What does Input accomplish when the variable is an array?

``````FOR K = 1 Add 1 to Average Then
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Average is 0 at this point, so your loop would never execute. If the goal is to populate the arrays, it should be either this:

``````FOR K = 1 Add 1 to 100 Then
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Or something else that takes advantage of the `Input Employees` result. I'd suggest a separate count variable for the number of employees to use in your `for` loop. Note that your code doesn't validate any input. What happens if I type 0 or 101 for the number of employees?

``````Set Average=Sum/Average
``````

Average is still 0, so you're dividing by 0 here. To get an average you need to divide the sum by the count of items. In this case, `K`. Also note that `Average` is an integer, which mathematically means you don't get sub-zero precision.

``````If K = Add 1 to Average Then
``````

Is this a loop? If not, why are you adding to your average? Won't that skew the results?

``````If Salaries=[K] < Average Then
``````

This strikes me as a syntax error, you have a rogue `=` in your array index.

Minor nitpick, your code doesn't output anything, so how would you know that the code accomplishes anything?

Otherwise, looks fine. The pseudocode is reasonably clean and the logic is sensible in that I understand what you were going for.