Overview In this tutorial, we will create a class using the Raptor flowchart tool. In order to create a class, we need to enable object-oriented UML mode in Raptor the tool. UML Mode Launch the Raptor flowchart tool. Click Mode >> Object-oriented. Switching to Object-Oriented mode will enable a new tab in the […]
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 In this post, we will learn RAPTOR Object-oriented flowchart by creating a class and invoking it in the main flow chart. We will create a simple plain class called Greeting. It stores a string message and returns when invoked by a getter method. Object Oriented Flowchart Launch RAPTOR flowchart tool. Enable or switch to […]
Overview To use RAPTORgraph, you must create a graphics window with the flowchart. This graphics window must be created first before performing any other graphic operations. So, let’s get started with RAPTORGraph. RAPTORgraph Below is the command to create a window. Open_Graph_Window (XSize, YSize) To add this to the flow chart, drag and drop the […]
Overview In this tutorial, we will learn the steps involved to download and install RAPTOR Portable flowchart tool. Download Visit the RAPTOR official website. Click on the Download button for the Portable version. .NET Framework RAPTOR flowchart tool depends on the .NET framework. Instructions to install standalone .NET framework : https://www.testingdocs.com/net-framework-for-raptor/ Install Plugin a USB […]
Overview In this post, we will download and look at the steps for the .NET framework install. Raptor flowchart interpreter setup requires the .NET framework. Install raptor might fail if you don’t have the framework installed on the machine. .NET framework install .NET Framework is a Windows-only version of .NET for building any type […]
Introduction In this post, we will learn how to read a file in the Raptor flowchart. The standard Input flowchart symbol is used to read data from a file. The standard input to the flowchart is to prompt the user and the input is taken from the computer keyboard. We can override this behavior by […]