flow chart


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flow chart

Etymology: AS, flowan + L, charta, paper
a graphic representation of a computer program sequence. It is developed before the writing of a computer program.
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Not everything a person or organization knows can be easily translated into data structures and flow charts, however.
starting with flow charts to help you map out an effective sales follow-up program
In stable times, it may be that the flow charts, the strategic plans, and the management guidelines are enough.
Entering this lavish embodiment of empire at its height, you pass Romanesque sculptures and medieval domestic furnishings, an airless zone; then, attracted by neon rather than faded stone, you suddenly walk into a modern environment: loud music ("Smells like Teen Spirit" as l walked in the door), TV monitors, easily read captions, flow charts, crowds of youth - a successful facsimile of the pop experience.
Yasinovsky says Clear's flow charts helped programmers "see and touch" these relationships as simple boxes and lines on paper.
Supply of fuel by flow charts and related services linked to the card: motorway tolls, parking, washing, cleaning, inflation and purchasing small supplies troubleshooting (washer, lubricants .
The meeting concluded with the IRS and NTI members of the team agreeing to develop flow charts of their respective processes for initiating and completing IDRs for presentation and discussion.
Contract notice: Fuel supply vehicle senate by flow charts.
The result is remarkably compact and yet comprehensive, and the flow charts and text are accessible enough for general readers who are interested in issues of criminal law or may be curious about a single point.