Raptor flowchart enables you to develop problem-solving skills and improve algorithmic thinking. In this post, we will learn how to add two numbers and print the output.
Steps to create the flowchart
Launch the Raptor program.
The area to the right is the primary workspace. Users can build their flowcharts in this area and watch them update as they execute. The workspace is tabbed.
Initially, you have a single tab named “main” as shown below, but programmer-defined sub-charts appear as tabs in the workspace.
You can drag and drop the symbols from the left to build your flow chart. Initially, the flowchart would have a Start and End symbols.
Different symbols available in Raptor are:
The assignment symbol is used to give a variable a numeric or string value.
The call symbol is used to make calls to outside procedures, such as graphics routines.
The input symbol is used for getting input from the user.
The output symbol is used to display text to the master Console.
The selection structure is used for decision making.
The loop structure is used for iteration and repetition.
Drag and drop different symbols on to the flow chart as shown below.