Write the pseudocode for a program that uses a single while loop to print the numbers from 20 to 25 and from 40 to 45. your loop will have at least one nested "if" statement that will determine when the numbers should be printed.

``````If X >= 20 Then
If X <= 25 Then Print X
End If
If X>=40 Then
If X <=45 Then Print X
End If``````

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Hi,
Your code is doing well.
Just in case, I have added the while loop in yours:

``````Dim x As Integer
Do While x <= 45
If x >= 20 Then
If x <= 25 Then Debug.Print(x)
End If
If x >= 40 Then
If x <= 45 Then Debug.Print(x)
End If
x = x + 1
Loop``````

Or, you can do this:

``````Dim x As Integer = 20
Do While x <= 45
If (x >= 20 And x <= 25) Or (x >= 40 And x <= 45) Then
Debug.Print(x)
End If
x = x + 1
Loop``````

So here's the question. I need to write the pseudocode for a program that uses a single while...loop to print the numbers from 20 to 25 and from 40 to 45. Your loop will have at least one nested "if" statement that will determine when the numbers should be printed.

Here's what I came up with.

``````If X > = 20 Then
If X < = 25 Then Print X
End If
If X > =40 Then
If X < =45 Then Print X
End If``````

Well...
That is what I've answered...
Your code have *at least* one nested "If". Actually, yours has four "If" statements.

If you need the pseudo-code, you can write:

``````X = 0
WHILE X <= 45
IF (X >= 20 AND X <= 25) OR (X >= 40 AND X <= 45)
PRINT X
END IF
X = X + 1
END WHILE``````

which, isn't too much different from the actual VB.Net code...

Hi,
Is your problem solved?

Yes it is thank you for all your help on this.

Hi,
Then, mark this thread solved.

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