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What is structured English?
Structured English borrows from structured programming; it uses logical constructions and imperative sentences designed to carry out instructions for action.Decisions are made through IF,THEN,ELSE and SO statements.
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What are the differences between structured English and pseudo code?
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Difference between pseudocode and structured English?
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of structured English that is the tool of structured analysis?
Hi there i was searching for disadvantages of structured English and came across your question, I have some advantages noted already, so thought I would share Advantages: Structured English is designed to be easy enough for a user who knows nothing about computer programming to be able to understand the steps involved in performing the various processes, yet the structure of the descriptions make it easy to eventually convert to a programming language. Using Structured English also means not having to worry about initialising variables, opening and closing files, or finding related records in separate files. These more technical details are left to later in the design stage. Structured English and Logic Modelling are used in conjunction with Data Flow Diagrams and other models (E-R) to provide us with an unambiguous and thorough explanation of the system specifications. Structured English is intended to be used as a communication technique for analysts and users. Analysts and programmers have their own communication technique, pseudocode, which is really an extension of the Structured English concepts except that it resembles a programming language more than spoken English.