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Logic Powerpoint #1

Chapters 4,5 & Appendix

Why use flowcharts? Common symbols, Easy to implement, Easy to understand, Structurally organize your logic and process linearly.
Terminal Symbol Indicates the start and stop Only two per flowchart Cannot be in the middle of the logic
Process Symbol One link in and one link out Typically an internal process Rectangular in shape
Input/Output Symbol Typically displaying to a screen or soliciting character input Trapezoid by shape Can only do input or output not both
Decision Symbol One link in and TWO out A decision point Diamond shaped
Structure Theorem states that is possible to write any computer program using three basic control structures. What are they? Sequence, selection and repetition
Created by: lapetti