Flowgorithm is a graphical authoring tool which allows users to write and execute programs using flowcharts. The approach is designed to emphasize the algorithm rather than the syntax of a specific programming language. The flowchart can be converted to several major programming languages.
Flowgorithm combines the classic flowchart symbols and those used by SDL diagrams. The color of each shape is shared by the associated generated code and the console window. The colors can be changed to several built-in themes. See Wikipedia:Flowchart#Common_Shapes for an explanation of common flowchart shapes and their usage.
- Wikipedia: Flowgorithm
- ResearchGate: Capabilities and Features of Raptor, Visual Logic, and Flowgorithm for Program Logic and Design
- YouTube: First Program in Flowgorithm
- Youtube: How to use Flowgorithm software
- YouTube: Flowgorithm: Declare Assign and Output a Variable
- YouTube: Basic Maths - Flowgorithm
- YouTube: Sample Flowgorithm Video
- YouTube: User Input Flowgorithm
- YouTube: Flowgorithm Functions Part 1
- YouTube: Flowgorithm Functions Part 2
- YouTube: Flowgorithm - A Little Loopy
- YouTube: Functions in Flowgorithm
- YouTube: Flowgorithm Selection with Error
- YouTube: Flowgorithm - Guess The Number
- YouTube: Flowgorithm - Odd or Even
- Install Flowgorithm
- Complete the Flowgorithm: Tutorial.
- Review Flowgorithm: Documentation.
How to Generate Pseudocode in Flowgorithm -Click on "tools" in the top left corner of the program -Click on "Source code viewer..." It should automatically pop up as "Auto Pseudocode" in the top left corner of the new window If you would like other pseudocode you can click the drop down in the top left of the window and you will see three different types of pseudocode in the bottom right.
- A self-contained sequence of actions to be performed. Algorithms can perform calculation, data processing and automated reasoning tasks.
- Boolean data type
- It can store either "true" or "false". These are the basis of decision making in a computer program.
- A type of diagram that represents an algorithm, workflow or process, showing the steps as boxes of various kinds, and their order by connecting them with arrows.
- Integer data type
- One of the most commonly used types in programming. An integer can store a positive or negative whole number, but can't store fractional values.
- Programming language
- A formal language that specifies a set of instructions that can be used to produce various kinds of output.
- Real data type
- Can store any number - both whole numbers and ones with fractional values. In many languages, this is called a "double" after the implementation standard known as "double-precision floating point".
- String data type
- Used to store any textual data. This includes words, letters, or anything else you would send in a text message. In programming, the text is delimited with double quotes.
- Computer Programming
- Wikipedia: Flowchart
- Flowgorithm: Homepage
- Flowgorithm: Documentation
- California State University, Sacramento: Flowgorithm Modules and Conditional Logic
- Revolvy: Flowgorithm