Sub flowcharts or Subcharts, in short, is used to chart submodules in the main program. Subcharts help breaks a Raptor flowchart into logical sub pieces to simplify design and ensure that the main flowchart is manageable.
Steps to add a sub chart:
By default when you start a Raptor flowchart, you will see the main tab with Start and End symbols. To create a sub chart, right-click the main tab and select Add sub chart from the menu as shown in picture.
Enter the name of your subchart in the Name subchart dialog box. A new tab would be created automatically with the name you give.Now you can begin to build your subchart.
The Call symbol is used to call subcharts from the main flowchart. Once you have created your subchart, you can call the subchart with the Call symbol. Insert the call symbol where you want it in your main flowchart, and enter the name of the subchart that you want to be invoked.
When the flowchart runs, when the Call symbol is encountered the control will transfer to the subchart. After all the steps in the subchart are executed the control will be transferred to the next symbol after the Call symbol.
More Raptor flowchart tutorials: Raptor Flowchart Tutorials