I am faced with a question that goes like this:

Write pseudocode that allows a user to repeatedly enter positive integers until an odd number is entered. It would then print the sum of all numbers entered (excluding the odd number).

Example: given that the user enters `2 24 16 8 7`

the program would print 50.

I would like to get some feedback on my algorithm for this problem.

```
1. Start
2. Declare int number,n,sum=0
3. Do
4. Input number
5. Read number
6. n=number%2
7. If (n==0) then sum+=number
8. while (n==0)
9. If(n==1) then display number and print sum
10. Endif
11. Endwhile
11. Stop
```

**Bugs**

You need to move a copy of line 5 (**n=number%2**) inside of the loop - right now you've got an infinite loop if `n == 0`

because `n`

is not modified inside of the loop

**Possible Bugs**

Some languages will return a negative value on the modulo operation if the dividend or divisor is negative, so you may want to take the absolute value of the remainder (**n=abs(number%2)**)

**Formatting / Syntax**

This is a case where you should use a do while loop - this will let you eliminate lines 3 through 5

Indent the stuff inside the loop