Let’s look at some RAPTOR Examples on this page.

RAPTOR is a flowchart tool to visualize an algorithm. It enables the programming students or beginners to visualize the problem and enable problem-solving skills. Raptor flowchart examples using the RAPTOR flowchart tool. RAPTOR is an acronym and stands for Rapid Algorithmic Prototyping Tool for Ordered Reasoning. The flowchart tool is developed using C# and A# programming languages.

Tutorials to learn and how to use the tool: RAPTOR tutorial

Raptor Examples

Hello World Flowchart

RAPTOR flowchart to print Hello World string on the console.

First RAPTOR Flowchart Hello World

Add Two numbers

RAPTOR flowchart example to add two given numbers and print the sum.

Raptor Flowchart Add Two Numbers

Average of two numbers

RAPTOR flowchart example to find average of the two given numbers and print.

Average Of Two Numbers

Even or Odd Example

RAPTOR flowchart to decide a given number is even or odd.

Even/Odd Raptor Flowchart

Feet to Centimeter

RAPTOR flowchart to convert from feet to centimeter.

Convert Length Feet-to-Centimeter

Factorial of a Number

RAPTOR flowchart to find factorial of a given number.

Factorial-of-a-number RAPTOR Flowchart

Sum of Squares

Sum-of-Squares-for-n-Integers Raptor Flowchart

Die Roll Simulation

Probabilities-die-roll Raptor Flowchart


Abstract Class




Creating Objects


Class Constructor


Accessor and Mutator methods

Setter and Getter methods for an instance variable or field.



For more information:

Official website of the Raptor flowchart tool: https://raptor.martincarlisle.com