# Programming

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Write a pseudocode for the following scenario.
You are to continue inputting numbers which may be either positive or negetive from a keyboard until a number of zero is entered. Count the number of positive numbers entered. This sum must be printed out at the end of the program.

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You can proceed with something simple like this, add more details as required:

Pseudocode CountPositive
integer totalPos, number
Begin loop
input number
if number>0 then totalPos <- totalPos + 1
loop while number <> 0
print totalPos

Add what you need to satisfy all requirements.

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