Posted by **Andre** on Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 3:01am.

where are the errors the pseudocode debugging exercise

// This application reads student typing test data

// including number of errors on the test, and the number

// of words typed per minute. Grades are assigned based

// on the following table:

// Errors

// Speed 0 1 2 or more

// 0–30 C D F

// 31–50 C C F

// 51–80 B C D

// 81–100 A B C

// 101 and up A A B

start

Declarations

num MAX_ERRORS = 2

num errors

num wordsPerMinute

num grades[5][3] = {"C", "D", "F"},

{"C", "C", "F"},

{"B", "C", "D"},

{"A", "B", "C"},

{"A", "A", "B"}

num LIMITS = 5

num speedLimits[LIMITS] = 0, 31, 51, 81, 101

num row

output "Enter number of errors on the test "

input errors

if errors = MAX_ERRORS then

errors > MAX_ERRORS

endif

output "Enter the speed in words per minute "

input wordsPerMinute

while row < LIMITS AND wordsPerMinute >= speedLimits[row]

row = row + 1

endwhile

row = row - 1

output "Your grade is ", grades[errors][row]

stop

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