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garfield
I have looked in many book stores and all over the internet trying to find something on
flow charting. The subject as well as the books and materials seems to have vanished. If anyone has any suggestions as to where I can find information on the subject, I would appreciate it very much.
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It seems to me like you probably already know how to draw a flowchart, and perhaps are tired of hand work? If so, take a look at Visio. It's a MS product, and there is a 30-day trial version available that's free at the
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It's a pretty good piece of software, and is not too expensive if you don't have use for the high end versions.

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Try doing a search at Amazon.com for 'Systems Analysis and Design'. I had 950 matches when I did that query under 'Books'.
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I got this old book, ISBN 0-13-208794-4, Diagramming Techniques for Analysts and Programmers by James Martin and Carma McClure.

Copyright 1985.

Maybe you can find it in a used bookstore. I've used the techniques for hand-drawn pictures.
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brian p kim
I checked the ISBN number again. 950 matches? I'm afraid to try. Are ISBN numbers recycled?

Try calling your local university. Maybe they'll have one on the shelves.

Much depends on how you work.

The book introduced me to entity relationships and decision tables. Decision tables I liked. Also once read about finite-state machines in a Forth journal ... ala soda machines and elevator banks.

Whoa ... I may return there.

How does one apply a flow chart to a modal dialog box with check boxes, [OK] and [Cancel]?

Good luck.

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:) Sites I found through the
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To quote the old expression...There's a lot more where that came from!


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Post ID #2131 (Level 1.5)  Reply to 2120
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Not a correct fit. Big Grin!




You're trying to apply a state-based solution to an event-based design.




You're looking at two logic flows on this dialog box, not one!
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