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JavaScript Getting Started with Pseudocode

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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In the context of the psuedocode, "user_input" isn't actually a variable, but simply a shorthand for "whatever input the user gave in response to the prompt".

Now when implementing it as actual code, you might user a variable to represent it; but the actual name of the variable could be anything you want.