Pseudocode

The documentation embeds some algorithms written using `pseudocode.js` whose syntax is mostly compatible with latex package `algorithmic`.

The documentation and in particular the grammar is here.

Example 1. Example of the pseudocode for the quicksort algorithm rendered by `pseudocode.js`
```    % This quicksort algorithm is extracted from Chapter 7, Introduction to Algorithms (3rd edition)
\begin{algorithm}
\caption{Quicksort}
\begin{algorithmic}
\PROCEDURE{Quicksort}{$A, p, r$}
\IF{$p < r$}
\STATE $q =$ \CALL{Partition}{$A, p, r$}
\STATE \CALL{Quicksort}{$A, p, q - 1$}
\STATE \CALL{Quicksort}{$A, q + 1, r$}
\ENDIF
\ENDPROCEDURE
\PROCEDURE{Partition}{$A, p, r$}
\STATE $x = A[r]$
\STATE $i = p - 1$
\FOR{$j = p$ \TO $r - 1$}
\IF{$A[j] < x$}
\STATE $i = i + 1$
\STATE exchange
$A[i]$ with $A[j]$
\ENDIF
\STATE exchange $A[i]$ with $A[r]$
\ENDFOR
\ENDPROCEDURE
\end{algorithmic}
\end{algorithm}
```
 In order to display it properly you have to add the following line at the top of the asciidoc file .antora attribute page-pseudocode is an array of id of pseudocodes `:page-pseudocode: ["quicksort"]` If you have several pseudo-codes in a page e.g. `code1, code2, code3`, you have to list them all `:page-pseudocode: ["code1","code2","code3"]`
Example 2. Original code in asciidoc
```++++
<pre id="quicksort" style="display:hidden;">
% This quicksort algorithm is extracted from Chapter 7, Introduction to Algorithms (3rd edition)
\begin{algorithm}
\caption{Quicksort}
\begin{algorithmic}
\PROCEDURE{Quicksort}{$A, p, r$}
\IF{$p < r$}
\STATE $q =$ \CALL{Partition}{$A, p, r$}
\STATE \CALL{Quicksort}{$A, p, q - 1$}
\STATE \CALL{Quicksort}{$A, q + 1, r$}
\ENDIF
\ENDPROCEDURE
\PROCEDURE{Partition}{$A, p, r$}
\STATE $x = A[r]$
\STATE $i = p - 1$
\FOR{$j = p$ \TO $r - 1$}
\IF{$A[j] < x$}
\STATE $i = i + 1$
\STATE exchange
$A[i]$ with $A[j]$
\ENDIF
\STATE exchange $A[i]$ with $A[r]$
\ENDFOR
\ENDPROCEDURE
\end{algorithmic}
\end{algorithm}
</pre>
++++```