RAPTOR Flowchart IO
Introduction In RAPTOR flowchart we can use the Input/Output symbols to provide standard input and get standard output(to Master Console window) from the flowchart. The other way to input and get output from the flowchart is using files. In this post, we will see the standard Input and output symbols ...
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Introduction RAPTOR flowchart has three modes with different features added or enabled for each progressive mode. The three modes in the RAPTOR flowchart tool are:
  • Novice mode
  • Intermediate mode
  • Object-Oriented mode
Novice Mode Novice mode is suitable for beginners and students who are new to flowcharts. This mode ...
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Introduction On this page, we will go through an overview of the Raptor tool components. Let's get familiar with the components of Raptor before building a flow chart using the tool. The main components of the Raptor tool are: Raptor components
  • Workspace Area
  • Menu¬† Toolbar
  • Symbols area
  • Watch Window
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Overview In this tutorial, we will perform a Simulation of probabilities die roll using Raptor Flowchart. . Total outcomes of a die roll = 6 P(roll) = 1/6 For Example P(4) = 1/6 Raptor Flowchart Let's run an experiment and draw a flowchart simulating the rolling a die for n=10000 ...
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Concatenation Demo
Introduction In this tutorial, let's learn some string operations that we can perform in Raptor flowcharts with examples. Length_Of Length_Of() function can be used to find the length of the string expression or an array. In the example, website string has 19 characters. website <- "www.TestingDocs.com" length_of(website) = 19 Concatenation ...
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Introduction An array is a named collection of variables. Individual variables in an array can be accessed by the index. In the Raptor flowchart, the index starts at 1. Sample Flowchart Let's use a single dimensional array to calculate the sum of rainfalls in a city using the Raptor flowchart ...
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