Introduction In this post, we will learn to use a procedure in Raptor flowcharts. A procedure is a series of steps, to achieve some desired result or to perform a specific task. We rely on the procedure to perform the task and don’t worry about internal details or the implementation. This is called Procedural abstraction. […]
RAPTOR Flowchart tool tutorials. RAPTOR is a flowchart interpreter and the name is an acronym that stands for Rapid Algorithmic Prototyping Tool for Ordered Reasoning.
Introduction Comments make RAPTOR flowcharts easy to understand by others. Its a good programming practice to add meaningful comments in to flowcharts. In this post, we will learn how to add comments to a RAPTOR flowcharts. Comments are ignored by the interpreter and compiler and are not executed during the run. Comments are meant for […]
Introduction In this post, we will learn to use graphics programming in Raptor flowcharts. To use graphics, you must create a graphics window using the command called RaptorGraph. https://www.testingdocs.com/getting-started-with-raptorgraph/ Open_Graph_Window We can specify the height and width of the window to this command. Open_Graph_Window(500,500) would open a window screen with 500 height and 500 width […]
Introduction Subcharts are group of statements that can be called in the main flowchart. Sub-charts help breaks a complex Raptor flowchart into logical sub pieces to simplify design and ensure that the main flowchart is manageable. Subcharts and Procedures solve complex problems by separating statements into groups of commands. We can invoke the subcharts and […]
Introduction RAPTOR flowchart enables students and beginners to develop problem-solving skills and improve algorithmic thinking. In this post, we will learn the addition of two numbers and print the sum output using the RAPTOR flowchart tool. Create the flowchart Launch the RAPTOR flowchart tool. We can build the flowcharts in the workspace area and watch […]