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MAD_DËMON



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MAD_DËMON
my request for all IDEs is simple
to all of those IDEs current in devel must start implementing the feature of flowchart aided asm programming

The idea of programming with the help of flowcharts help us to understand, debug, and design a code more pretty easy, fast, and secure

I think that this feature must be essential in all IDEs at coding time

plz see these reference links and tell me what is your opinion about it...

FLASH WALKTRHOUGH: http://www.saskschools.ca/curr_content/cs20/teaching_tools/media/algorithm_creator.htm

Tools for flowcharting: http://www.tpub.com/neets/book22/93c.htm

also i was thinking about that with this feature a new format for code/flowchart storage must be used, in example we can use the xml format to store the diagram struc & asm.code

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Post 20 Apr 2006, 23:14
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okasvi



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flowcharts <3

i get sometimes lost in my own srcs when i try not to use proc macro Very Happy
Post 20 Apr 2006, 23:36
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Kain



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Kain
By the time it takes to enter all the data in the dang flowchart, one can finish coding it!
Post 08 May 2006, 22:47
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Bougalou



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Thank you MAD_DËMON for providing an opportunity to discover a great idea.

It was very enlightening to view the Flash walkthrough.

Just great.
Post 11 Sep 2006, 19:32
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DataHunter2009



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By the time it takes to enter all the data in the dang flowchart, one can finish coding it!

I think MAD_DËMON means a feature that generates a flowchart. Visual Studio 2005 (and 2003, I think) has a flowchart generator built in that creates a chart with classes and their relationships.
Post 11 Sep 2006, 20:36
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Kain



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I don't see how a flowchart can be autogenerated... the IDE doesn't know what you plan to do with the program!

I assume it has some use as a teaching aid.

I remember something like this while exploring BlueJ for Java. It has a graphical class structure display which I thought was neat, but I don't know how useful something like that would be in an assembly IDE.

http://www.bluej.org/about/what.html

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Post 12 Sep 2006, 23:07
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DataHunter2009



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Oh, my bad. I thought you guys were talking about a graphical represntation of class structures. *shrugs*
Post 12 Sep 2006, 23:49
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OzzY



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There's a python IDE that does that. It generates the flowchart as you create new procs. Smile
Post 22 Sep 2006, 01:30
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ForumJoiner



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For MAD_DËMON

1. Very nice demo!


2. What program did you use to make the demo?


3. What's the program name that appears in the demo?
From where can be downloaded?
Post 19 Oct 2006, 18:21
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madmatt



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MAD_DEMON:
This would be useful for large assembly projects. Where a guideline would be nice to keep you focused on core components of your project.
Post 20 Oct 2006, 10:45
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