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Pseudo code: Input a list of employee names and salaries, and determine the
mean (average) salary as well as the number of salaries above and
below the mean

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    I will show a brief pseudocode for you to expand on. You can post the improved version for discussions.
    // data input
    total <- 0
    while(more employees)
    {
    input employee.name, employee.salary
    total <- total+employee.salary
    increment count
    }
    if count equals zero, quit

    // calculate mean
    mean <- total/count

    // calculate above and below mean
    highCount <- 0
    equalCount <-0
    lowCount <- 0
    while(more employees)
    {
    compare employee.salary with mean and increment highCount, equalCount or lowCount according to the case
    }

    // Output
    Print highCount, equalCount and lowCount.

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